Inviting Ideas to celebrate 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat

Inviting Ideas to celebrate 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat
Start Date :
Jan 02, 2023
Last Date :
Apr 27, 2023
23:45 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
Submission Closed

Since 3 October 2014, Hon’ble PM has been addressing the citizens of India through his Mann Ki Baat program on various issues, engaging citizens on issues and ideas of national ...

Since 3 October 2014, Hon’ble PM has been addressing the citizens of India through his Mann Ki Baat program on various issues, engaging citizens on issues and ideas of national importance.

We are at the threshold of the historic 100th episode of Mann ki Baat, where the most popular Prime Minister ever will engage with citizens, once again.

But what will happen on the 100th? Something special?

In the 95th episode of Mann Ki Baat recently, PM mentioned some letters received from citizens, expressing their eagerness for the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat.

What about you? Do you have any ideas?

Come, let’s make the 100th episode of Mann Ki Baat so magnificent so that it leaves a long lasting impact in the history of this nation.

MyGov invites all citizens to share their ideas on how to celebrate the 100th episode of Mann ki Baat.

Last date of Submission is 27th April 2023.

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Joseph manickam 10 months 3 days ago

Joseph kanagathara manickam
Tamil Nadu Chennai

Last man, Last moment, Last minute, but sure to get an everlasting solution from the First Man, Frist Class Man.
Rome was not built in a day,
The biggest lesson of this event is ieven an ordinary program if conceived with a concrete concept can become extraordinary when it is continuous on a day of a month (last Sunday)
My iIdea
The concept of this program is to create a platform for Lay people or Last man and his ideas.

Heeraben - the one word can be the idea to empower women and mankind holistically.

Your mother has lived 100 years and it should be a great tribute to institute a law which will be followed across India and G20 Nations.

This program's 100 and Heeraben should coincide with a resolution of empowerment and logical

Every individual should not have an initial .
His or Her name should be followed by mother's name and should be followed by father's name.

now this will create revenue from the stat

Dr Ratna Srivastava
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Dr Ratna Srivastava 10 months 3 days ago

श्रद्धेय हमारे लोकप्रिय ग्लोबल लीडर पी एम महोदय
भारत माता की जय
आशा और विश्वास है कि मेरी प्रार्थना को अवश्य कारवाई करने की कृपा करेंगे

Madan lal Dubgotra
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Madan lal Dubgotra 10 months 3 days ago

Hon’ble PM


Enhance OSC Reservation to 9% till OBC reservation implemented in J&K.

Most respectfully submitted that 4% OSC Reservation granted to OBCs in J&K, may kindly be enhanced to 9%, as an interim relief, till J&K OBC Reservation Bill to implement OBC reservation in J&K is approved by the parliament, which was though listed for Budget session but could not be taken up. As such it may take considerable time since tenure of SEBC Commission has also been extended by six months for final report.

5% quota out 27% OBC reservation is available for enhancement to OSC category after diluting 18% OBC quota to non-OBC categories (ie. 10% to RBA, 4% to ALC/IB and 4% to Paharies). Out of remaining 9% OBC quota, 4% reservation granted to OSC category for 27 OBC castes, whose population is around 14% including OBCs in West Pakistani Refugees, population of which is not included in Census J&K 1931. As such OSC reservation be enhanced to 9% till OBC reservation implemented.

Dr Ratna Srivastava
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Dr Ratna Srivastava 10 months 3 days ago

हमारे यशस्वी लोकप्रिय पी एम मोदी सर

भारत माता की जय

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BHARGAVICHORAGUDI 10 months 3 days ago

Hari om
It would be so good if we go through the cleaning of river water with strict people and the people should be charged for the done work
So that the futer generation can be saved
Thank you sir

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SushilKumar 10 months 3 days ago

Honourable Prime Minister Ji,
In today's world, electricity has become an indispensable part of our daily lives. We use it to power our homes, offices, and gadgets, but this dependence on electricity comes at a cost. Rising electricity bills, energy shortages, and environmental concerns have prompted many individuals and organisations to find ways to save electricity. Kindly refer to the attached document describing such problems and their potential solutions in depth.
Thank You
Retd. Eng. Sushil Kumar

Ravi Yadav_73
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Ravi Yadav_73 10 months 3 days ago

आदरणीय प्रधानमंत्री जी,
हमारे करोड़ों किसान, अरबों रुपए, ब्याज के रूप में, ब्याज माफिया को देते हैं ताकि एक दिन के लिए किसान क्रेडिट कार्ड ऋण का पूर्ण समायोजन किया जा सके क्योंकि 24 घंटे के लिए उन्हें ऋण खाते में बकाया राशि शून्य रखनी होती है।
राजस्थान में इसे आम बोलचाल की भाषा में 'पलटी करवाना' बोलते हैं। इसके लिए बैंक शाखाओं में दलाल या स्वयं बैंक कर्मी किसान को नगद राशि उपलब्ध कराते हैं और एक दिन के लिए 2% से 5% तक ब्याज वसूलते हैं।
अगर नियमों में बदलाव करके किसानों को केवल ब्याज जमा करवाने की छूट दे दी जाए तो किसानों के हित में यह एक बहुत ही क्रांतिकारी कदम होगा।
मैं स्वयं एक राष्ट्रीयकृत बैंक में कार्यरत हूं और मेरी करबद्ध प्रार्थना है कि इस बारे में आप जल्द से जल्द कदम उठाएं।
रवि यादव
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Tanumoy Bhattacharjee 10 months 3 days ago

Dear Prime Minister sir, on the occassion of 100th episode of mann ki baat and the ongoing amrit kaal of the nation I would like to suggest a simple yet powerful idea that would be tremendously useful in nation building and making a stronger bharat.
The idea is the introduction of ethnic clothing in our offices, especially for government employees. If done it will have the following impact

1. First it will erase yet another sign of slavery which we have inherited from our colonisers. This will significantly add to our Prime Minister's call of erasing the "last bit of slavery" from our lives.
2. It would create a sense of unity and national pride among government employees by showcasing India's rich cultural diversity. It will also send a message to the public that the government values and respects traditional Indian culture.

3.It can also be seen as a way to promote the Indian textile industry and support local businesses that produce ethnic clothing.
Thank you