In honor of World Radio Day, President Droupadi Murmu joined Smriti Irani on her radio show, ‘Nai Soch Nai Kahani,’ to delve into her life story.
Reflecting on her childhood, education, and career, President Murmu shared poignant anecdotes, including her recent ride on the Delhi metro.
One touching story she recounted was the origin of her name, bestowed upon her by a beloved school teacher. Coming from a tribal background, Murmu highlighted her path to national service.
Recalling her historic moment addressing Parliament, President Murmu emphasized government initiatives for tribal welfare, such as PM-JANMAN.
She passionately articulated her vision for India’s development by 2047, stressing the importance of initiatives like PM-JANMAN in achieving this goal.
The special episode, recorded at Rashtrapati Bhawan, will air on World Radio Day at 9 am on Akashvani Gold, with a rebroadcast at 7 pm on Akashvani Rainbow.
This episode marks the conclusion of Smriti Irani’s empowering series, shining a spotlight on women’s empowerment through government programs.
Re-reported from the article originally published in The indiamaximum