India: UNESCO Director General Audrey Azoulay has become the part of the 100th episode of “Mann Ki Baat” hosted by Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi on Sunday. He lauded the country for completing 100 episodes and led talks on education and cultural preservation in the country through his special message.
During his address, PM Modi stated that UNECSO Director General wished people on 100 episodes of the Mann Ki Baat. While speaking to the PM Modi his radio broadcast, the UNESCO Chief said that she is thankful for this opportunity to be part of the 100thy episode. She stated that UNESCO and India have a long common history and shared strong partnerships together in several aspects such as education, science, culture and information.
While asking several questions to PM Modi, Chief talked about the India’s ongoing G20 presidency and education and cultural preservation of the country. She said that the organization has been working tirelessly to ensure that every member state have efficient access to quality education.
On the other hand, PM Modi also expressed gratitude to Chief for becoming guest in the programme and stated that she raised several significant issues. Mann Ki Baat featured the discussion on the NEP, Gunotsav and Shala Pravehotsav. He said that it a special programme which assist in inspiring other people and launch the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. He said that the common people were remained truly special in the journey of 100 episode and their collective spirit of the people of the country was celebrated.
Along with that, Union Minister Jitendra Singh also interacted with the Indian diaspora in London before the broadcast of PM Modi’s Mann Ki Baat. He said that PM Modi has worked a lot for strengthening the Indian diaspora. He said that the world is looking up to the Indian diaspora with great hope and expectation.
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