Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made an emotional appeal to all citizens to contribute for cleaning. The Prime Minister asked every citizen to devote 100 hours a year for cleaning public places. Prime Minister was addressing a gathering in Bangalore, organised by the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to lead the cleanliness drive.
Mr. Modi chose Bangalore, a city facing a crisis in dealing with garbage, to announce that he would literally wield the broom and clean the streets of the country of filth and garbage from October 2.
Expressing concern over lack of cleanliness in Union government offices, including the Ministries, he said a cleanliness drive would be taken up in these establishments from September 25, the birth anniversary of Jan Sangh ideologue Pandit Deendayal Upadhayaya, to Gandhi Jayanti.
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Dr. Anil SinghalDevote 100 hours a year for cleaning public places
by Dr. Anil Singhal ( Author at Spirit India )
Posted on September 24th, 2014 at 2:40 pm.
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