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PM urges nation to include cleanliness as habit, launches “Swachhata Hi Seva”, Movement

Saturday - September 15, 2018 4:10 pm , Category : INDIA
Courtesy: PIB/Twitter
Courtesy: PIB/Twitter


Interacts with a cross-section of people from across the country via video conference of 17 locations
 
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, today launched the ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ Movement, to boost nationwide public participation in the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, and catalyse the fulfilment of Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of a Clean India. It is being organised in the run up to the fourth anniversary of the Swachh Bharat Mission, on October 2nd, 2018, which will also mark the commencement of the 150th year celebrations of Mahatma Gandhi. PM offered shramdaan on this occasion.


The Prime Minister urged everyone to be a part of this movement and strengthen the efforts to create a 'Swachh Bharat'. He interacted with a cross-section of people from 17 locations across the country, via video conferencing.
 

Initiating the interaction Prime Minister shared some key achievement, including how 450 districts in India have become Open Defecation Free within four years. He emphasized that providing facilities such as toilets or dustbins is not enough, and added that cleanliness or Swachhta is a habit that can be inculcated. He said people from across the country are now participating in the development of this habit.
 
School children from Dibrugarh in Assam, explained to the Prime Minister, their contributions towards making their school and area, clean. PM noted that youngsters are ambassadors of social change. The way they have furthered the message of cleanliness is commendable, he added.
 
From the Gateway of India in Mumbai, actor Amitabh Bachchan explained the various cleanliness activities he has been involved in, including cleaning of a beach in Mumbai. Noted industrialist Ratan Tata also joined the interaction. It is a great honour and privilege to help launch a movement which should be the dream of every citizen of India, he added. Prime Minister expressed his belief that the private sector has a big role to play in the creation of a Clean India.

Jawans of the ITBP joined the interaction from the high altitude Pangong Lake in Ladakh. The Prime Minister praised the ITBP jawans for their bravery and their service to the nation.
Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev joined the interaction from Coimbatore. He said that there is a certainlevel of enthusiasm towards the Swachhata campaign, whichis visible in his travels. He praised the Prime Minister for providing this impetus. The Prime Minister said that Swachh Bharat is not a movement of any Government or any Prime Minister, but an entire nation's movement.
 
Women Swachhagrahis from Dantewada in Chhattisgarh and Salem in Tamil Nadu explained to the Prime Minister, their efforts towards Swachhata. Prime Minister especially thanked the Brahmakumaris Sansthan for their efforts towards cleanliness. Prime Minister interacted with citizens from Rajgarh in Madhya Pradesh, and Fatehpur in Uttar Pradesh, including UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Spiritual leader Sri Sri Ravi Shankar joined the interaction from Bengaluru. He said that the Prime Minister has motivated the nation and especially the youth. . Maa Amritanandamayee joined the interaction from Kollam.
 
Prime Minister also interacts with volunteers engaged in cleaning the Ganga, from Bijnor in Uttar Pradesh. He praised them for their efforts in cleaning “Ma Ganga.” He called upon all citizens living on the banks of the River Ganga, to volunteer towards cleaning the river, during the Swachhata Hi Seva movement.

 
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