Prime Minister Narendra Modi launches drive to rid India of rubbish


Tribune News Service

New Delhi, August 8

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday gave a name for a week-long marketing campaign in opposition to uncleanliness, ranging from immediately until Independence Day.

In his speech after inaugurating the Rashtriya Swachhta Kendra (RSK), Modi stated {that a} name for Quit India agitation was made by Mahatma Gandhi in opposition to the British imperialism at the present time in 1942.

“Let us observe a week-long ‘Uncleanliness, Out from India’ campaign in commemoration of the attainment of Swaraj following the Quit India campaign,” he stated.

The RSK, arrange close to Rajghat right here, is an an interactive expertise centre on Swachh Bharat Mission. Its goal is to supply data on the success and journey of the mission which achieved the aim to make India open defecation free (ODF). Modi requested the district authorities involved to restore the group bogs of their areas, amongst others, in the course of the proposed week-long marketing campaign.

He stated the nation’s six year-long Swachh Bharat Mission had proved to be pragmatic because it has helped struggle Covid. “Imagine the spread of Covid in the country had the situation remained the same like pre-2014,” Modi stated, including that bodily distancing, amongst others, would have been tough to take care of within the absence of bogs at house.



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