Prime Minister Narendra Modi
Since the inauguration of Mann Ki Baat by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in 2014, the government has spent around Rs. As such, the national broadcaster did not spend extra money for the event, but stated that the Bath of Mann was built using internal resources.
Information and Broadcasting Minister Anurag Singh Thakur while answering a question in Rajya Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Mann Ki Baat Doordarshan and several other channels of All India Radio. Since 2014, Prasar Bharati has broadcast a total of 78 editions through its All India Radio, Television and social networking platforms. He also said that Mann Ki Baat is now being broadcast in 23 languages and 29 dialects.
Prasar Bharati also broadcasts video versions of Mann Ki Baat in various languages through its Hindi and DD channels. Despite All India Radio and Television, the program is being broadcast on 91 private satellite TV channels, cable and DTH platforms in the country. With this, Anurag Thakur told that iOS, Android mobile users are listening to the bath of the mind through News on Air or YouTube channels of the broadcaster.
According to data from the TV channel Broadcast Audience Research Council (BARC-BARK), the viewership of Man’s Bath program has increased from an estimated 60 million to 14.35 million during the period 2018-2020. Through Mann Ki Baat, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is reaching out to different communities across the country. Overall talking about politics. Praise the professionals. He also mentioned the advantages and disadvantages of the settlements of the states in this mind bath. Mann Ki Snan, which takes place at the end of the entire show, doesn’t have a huge audience.
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