Arun Jaitley Releases Book on Modi’s Mann Ki Baat

Arun Jaitley addressing at the release of the book ‘Mann ki Baat - A Social Revolution on Radio’, in New Delhi on March 02, 2019
Arun Jaitley addressing at the release of the book ‘Mann ki Baat – A Social Revolution on Radio’, in New Delhi on March 02, 2019

Arun Jaitley Releases Book on Modi’s Mann Ki Baat

The Finance Minister of India, Arun Jaitley, today released a book titled ‘Mann Ki Baat – A Social Revolution on Radio’ at a function organized in National Media Centre, New Delhi.

The book is based on 50 episodes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monologue with the citizens of India broadcast on All India Radio.

According to a government statement, the book sheds light on various aspects of Modi’s outreach and the response it received from the people. The book also gives insight into behind the scene research work done on the public feedback received through various channels after every episode of Mann Ki Baat program, which had aired first on 3rd October, 2014.

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The book gives an opportunity to readers to discover several unknown facets of Prime Minister’s thinking and beliefs related to ‘Mann Ki Baat,’ revealed by him to the authors of the book. The statement adds that the insights that emerge from the transcripts of the radio address are the most important contribution of this book.

Jaitley said PM Modi started using the medium of radio for governmental communication in order to establish direct communication with people by identifying its wide reach. He added that the program is a great example of crisp communication, stating that time for long winded statements is over.

Photo courtesy: Press Information Bureau

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