New Delhi: Bharatiya Janata Party Delhi unit chief Satish Upadhyay on Sunday praised the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the nation through radio broadcast programme 'Man ki Baat', saying people of the country have been touched by his words.
Upadhyay said this country has seen many Prime Ministers but Narendra Modi is the first Prime Minister who is directly and regularly communicating with the people of the country and is also seeking their help for decision.
The leader said "radio programme 'Man ki Baat' is fast becoming the 'Man ki Baat' of the Nation".
He said the people of the country have been touched by the Prime Minister's words, "that we can no longer suppress sensitive issue, that drugs are affecting the youth or that we have to make colonies of poor clean first as the poor suffer most due to infections and dirt".
On black money too the Prime Minister's words have reassured the nation that the government shall leave no stone unturned to bring back the wealth of the country, Upadhyay said, referring to PM's radio broadcast today morning.