Ahead of 15th 'Mann Ki Baat', Work More, Talk Less Says JD (U) to Modi

Ahead of Modi’s address at the 15th edition of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, the Janata Dal United JD (U) asked him to work more and talk less.

Published: 27th December 2015 10:32 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th December 2015 10:52 AM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address at the 15th edition of the ‘Mann Ki Baat’ program on Sunday, the Janata Dal United JD (U) have asked him to work more and talk less.

“Modi ji shares his opinions and thoughts in his ‘Mann Ki Baat’ programme but he hardly listens to people. There are thoughts in the minds of the people that the promises made by him have not been fulfilled,” JD (U) leader Ali Anwar told ANI.

“Modi ji should also tell as to what are the problems that the promises made by him have not been fulfilled yet. He had promised to give employment to two crore people every year. Has that promise been fulfilled? Modi ji visits various foreign countries Therefore, in his programme, he should also tell what he achieved there,” he added.

The JD (U) leader asserted that the Prime Minister should work more and talk less.

“He should talk about the internal differences in the party as various questions are being raised about corruption and other things as well,” he said.

Prime Minister Modi today will share his thoughts with the nation in the 'Mann Ki Baat' programme which will be aired on the All India Radio (AIR).

It will be broadcast on the entire network of All India Radio and Doordarshan at 11 a.m.

In his last edition of ' Mann Ki Baat', the Prime Minister had expressed concern over the flood situation in Tamil Nadu, climate change, differently-abled people and also asked the SAARC nations to join hands for disaster preparedness.


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