Over 2K civic body workers participate in cleanliness drive

  • | Monday | 2nd October, 2023

Ranchi: More than 2,400 sanitation workers of the Ranchi Municipal Corporation (RMC) came together to participate in the Swachhta Hi Seva Abhiyan in the rain to show their commitment towards hygiene and cleanliness. Their collective efforts resulted in the cleaning of over 160 public areas including parks, streets, public squares, and educational institutions spread across 53 wards within the RMC area.The workers, armed with brooms and cleaning equipment, began their mission early in the morning at various sites in the city. Municipal administrator, Ameet Kumar, said, The commitment shown by cleanliness workers is commendable. Their efforts have not only beautified the city but also reinforced the importance of cleanliness in our lives.The Swachhta Hi Seva Abhiyan also witnessed local authorities and municipal officials supervising and participating in the clean-up drives, further promoting the message of collective responsibility for a cleaner environment. The event concluded with a pledge to continue working towards Swachh Bharat Missions objectives, ensuring a clean and healthy environment for all residents.Meanwhile, governor, C P Radhakrishnan, took part in the Swachhta Hi Seva program at Ranchi University. Speaking on the occasion, he said, Cleanliness is both external and internal. We also published the following articles recentlyStudents join Swachhta Hi Seva Abhiyan, to clean school, roadsSchools in Ranchi have observed Swachhta Pakhwara, a cleanliness drive aligned with the Swachhta Hi Seva Abhiyan, to promote cleanliness and civic responsibility among residents, particularly youth. Various schools have planned activities such as cleaning nearby areas, organizing awareness campaigns, and creating paintings to raise awareness about proper waste disposal and sanitation practices. Students from different schools will be participating in cleaning campaigns and promoting the importance of cleanliness in their communities. These initiatives aim to foster a clean environment and instill a sense of responsibility towards the community.Swachhata Hi Seva: BMC holds mass cleanliness drive in cityThe Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) organized a mass cleanliness drive across 178 locations in Mumbai as part of the Swachhata Hi Seva initiative. Prominent figures including politicians, bureaucrats, and film actors joined hands with civic laborers to clean the city. Maharashtra chief minister Eknath Shinde emphasized the importance of cleanliness as a mass movement and encouraged everyone to participate. The campaign also focused on waste segregation, recycling, and alternatives to single-use plastics. Similar drives were held in Navi Mumbai, with citizens and students contributing to the effort. The initiative received a positive response from the public.BMC begins preparing for Swachhta Hi Seva AbhiyaanThe Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in Mumbai has announced plans for the Swachhta Hi Seva Abhiyaan, a cleanliness drive as part of the nationwide Swachchta Hi Seva campaign. The initiative aims to engage local residents, public representatives, and various sectors in addressing the issue of single-use plastic waste and promoting zero-waste practices. The BMC will partner with Mumbai Police for this city-wide initiative. Additionally, the BMC is planning to improve the licensing process by developing user-friendly software applications and reducing human interaction. Delhi is also hosting a Swachhta Utsav event to promote waste management practices.

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