As the Modi Government completes 100 days on September 3, IBN7, India’s channel of Impact brings to its viewers ‘Saikada Paar Modi Sarkar’, extensive programming covering every aspect of the Modi Government’s first 100 days in power.
The maha coverage will not only bring to the viewers analysis and perspectives from the most erudite panel of experts, analysts and journalists but will also present all the different flavours of the Government viewed from the eyes of the common man, ministers, MPs etc.
Starting August 25th the channel has been airing stories on this first milestone of the Modi Government. Starting August 30th the coverage will intensify with as many as 8 special shows lined up including:
•100X100X100 – A fast paced presentation of Modi Government’s 100 achievements through 100 faces of the network (August 30 @ 8.00pm)
•Chai pe Charcha – A discussion with BJP MPs to talk about what they have learnt from Modi in 100 days. (August 31 @ 8.00pm)
•Banaras ki Awaaz – 1 hour special show featuring 2 BJP Ministers in conversation with live studio audience. (September 1 @ 7.30pm & 10.30pm)
•Modi ke Mantri – A special studio based show wherein ministers in the Modi Government will interact with a studio based audience (September 1 @ 8.00pm)
•Ganga Ki Pukaar – Half hour discussion from Varanasi with locals on Modi’s plan of action for the holy city and cleaning the River Ganges. (September 2 @ 7.30pm & 10.30pm)
•Modi Mantras – 1 hour show highlighting key Modi Mantras and new initiatives by the PM. (September 2@ 9.00pm)
•Kya Kahta hai Parivaar – A special program with Modi’s family in Ahmedabad. (September 3 @ 7.30pm & 10.30pm)
•Ache Din Aa Gaye Kya – A nationwide survey across 16 key cities that will deep dive into the performance of the Modi Government across a plethora of issues –poll promises, leadership economy, corruption, inflation, communal harmony and handling of the opposition. The survey will also closely examine the popularity of PM Modi and his government given the performance of the past 100 days. (September 2-3 @ 8.00pm)