Narendra Modi, Radio
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After a successful interaction with students across the nation on Teacher's Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to connect with the people of India and listen to their views over radio.

Modi sent a message addressing the masses through Twitter, seeking their suggestions to connect with him over radio on Saturday.

"Let's connect on the Radio...want your ideas," he tweeted and while seeking their suggestions on government's digital portal —

The forum seeking suggestions on MyGov website read that after addressing his people through television and internet, Modi now wants to interact with them directly to know about their concerns and problems," Times of India reported.

"You have seen him on television, heard his speeches on the internet, visited his historic rallies and 'followed' him on social media. Now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to interact with you through the radio," read the website. "So, share your views and become a part of yet another landmark idea that celebrates India and India's unity."

Inviting suggestions, Modi has asked the people to share with him the nature of topics they want to address with him over radio and also asked about the frequency and timing of the interaction on "particular days of a month."

"Should the days be decided - for example 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month at a fixed time?" the portal opened for suggestions. "What ground should it cover - should it be a general address to the nation or should it cover specific topics such as good governance, women empowerment, self-sufficiency in defence?" 

The new development comes after Modi had addressed the students of India live through satellite links and television and answered querries of several of them on 5 September.