Earlier ‘Mann Ki Baat’ Now ‘Jan Ki Baat’, Govt To Get Feedback From People


Narendra Modi, a name known for surprising people with his decision. Every time he makes an announcement he leave people amazed about it and this time also he has did the same.  After ‘Mann Ki Baat’, this time Prime Minister Narendra Modi will listen to ‘Jan Ki Baat’ (voice of people). Out of many things which Modi government has planned to start doing in its third anniversary in the power, receiving people feedback through a programme called ‘Jan Ki Baat’ is also one.

‘Jan Ki Baat’ would be available at Making of Developed India Festival or MODI Fest which the govt. has planned all round the coutry between May 26 and June 15, as part of the celebration. According to a statement of Union textiles minister, Smriti Irani “There will be a special arrangement for ‘Jan ki Baat’ at every Modi fest so as people can send their message directly to the PM”.

Irani said, “The apps of Modi government schemes will be available for download at the fest.” “Mann ki Baat” is a monthly radio programme through which the PM get connected with the population and shares his views on a specific subject.

The “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas” Conference will lure beneficiaries of the Modi government schemes. As per the government’s claim more than 25 crore people have been involved under the banking system with “Jan Dhan Yojana”.A ‘festival of democracy’ will be planned at 900 places all round the country for celebrating the third anniversary of Modi government. Apart from the Modi fest, the government is also going to organise a “Sabka Saath sabka Vikas” Conference of the beneficiaries of the Modi government schemes.

During the “festival of democracy”, all chief ministers of the states under BJP-rule will travel to the places where the party is not in power.

UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath will visit Bihar for highlighting  the achievements of the NDA government. Jharkhand CM Raghubar Das and his Chhattisgarh counterpart Raman Singh will visit West Bengal, another state where the BJP is trying to make a desperate bid for grtting a foothold. Maharashtra CM, Devendra Fadnavis will visit Kerala, while Haryana’s Manohar Lal Khattar, Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal and Shivraj Singh Chouhan of Madhya Pradesh will visit Telangana, Tripura and Odisha, respectively.

BJP general secretary Arun Singh, said “About 450 leaders of the BJP will take part in the anniversary celebration,”. “Each one of them will attend two events.” All seven fronts of the party such as Youth, ST, SC, OBC, Women and others will also undertake programmes directing their audiences. “Cleanliness drives” and “public meetings” are also being scheduled during this period.