Mann ki baat online dating
Especially for people like me who speak Hindi,” says Sharma.
Sharma’s colleague at Deloitte, Gopal Prasad, who’s on his first assignment in the US after Modi took power in 2014, concurs.
Partisan politics is kept out in Mann ki Baat and an appreciative Prasad is hoping that technology allows a two-way conversation where listeners can ping in questions live and hear from the PM.
So far people write letters, leave voice messages or email.
Particularly interesting is the part about Modi and Barack Obama.
The ingenuity of Modi, the communicator, lies in choosing a seemingly over-the-hill medium to reach out to the masses.
For those like Paruchuri, Sharma and Prasad, there are interesting insights in the book on why Modi, despite being the most tech savvy politician of his generation, chose the radio to speak his Mann Ki Baat.
With a foreword by Shinzo Abe, and recommendations by Bill Gates and Aung San Suu Kyi, the book celebrates a unique movement in participative governance.
What has Modi spoken about most in these 3 years on this platform? How many people are even aware that their Prime Minister talks to them through radio every month? Some metrics and quotes from the teams servicing the programme add colour.