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Have tried to keep politics out of Mann ki Baat: Narendra Modi

PM Modi delivered his Mann ki Baat to the nation in the 36th edition of his monthly radio address today

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that he always tried to keep his monthly Mann ki Baat out of politics. He said that his monthly radio programme "Mann Ki Baat" has played an important role in the integration of every section of society and improving the governance by getting nationwide inputs. "I get so much feedback for 'Mann Ki Baat'. We have completed the programme's three years. Naturally, I am not able to refer to all of it but the inputs given help us in the governance. "It has helped in the integration of every section of ...

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PM Modi delivered his Mann ki Baat to the nation in the 36th edition of his monthly radio address today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said that he always tried to keep his monthly Mann ki Baat out of politics. He said that his monthly radio programme "Mann Ki Baat" has played an important role in the integration of every section of society and improving the governance by getting nationwide inputs. "I get so much feedback for 'Mann Ki Baat'. We have completed the programme's three years. Naturally, I am not able to refer to all of it but the inputs given help us in the governance. "It has helped in the integration of every section of ...

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