Swachh Bharat Mission





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The Union Minister for Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation and Parliamentary Affairs, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu chairing the meeting on Swatch Bharat Mission, in New Delhi on September 23, 2015. The Union Minister for Civil Aviation, Shri Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati, the Minister of State for Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, Dr. Sanjeev Kumar Balyan and the Minister of State for Information & Broadcasting, Col. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore are also seen.



































Government announces Swachh Bharat Kosh Operational Guidelines; To come into force with immediate effect
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Bal Swachhta Mission launched
The Union Minister of Women and Child Development Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi launched the National Bal Swachhta Mission in New Delhi today (14.11.2014). The Bal Swachhta Mission is a part of the nationwide sanitation initiative of ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ launched by the Prime Minister on 2nd October, 2014. Speaking at the launch of Bal Swachhta Mission, Smt. Maneka Sanjay Gandhi said that children can play a very important role in achieving a Swachh Bharat. She said that they can become ambassadors of cleanliness and motivate others to keep their homes, schools, and surroundings clean. Read More

Health Minister Participates in Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan at GTB Hospital 

The Union Health and Family Welfare Minister Shri J P Nadda participated in the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan at the GTB Hospital at Delhi. He lead a cleanliness campaign in the hospital premises in which doctors and the hospital staff also participated. He also inspected the waste management system in the hospital. He interacted with patients and inspired them to keep their environs clean and hygienic. He stated that the Swachh Bharat programme of the Prime Minister Sh Narendra Modi will lead to a healthier India. 
 


PM initiates drive towards clean Ganga; participates in Shramdaan as part of Swachhta Abhiyan at Assi Ghat, Varanasi
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today initiated the drive towards a clean Ganga, as he participated in shramdaan to remove dirt on the banks of the River Ganga at Assi Ghat in Varanasi. 
The Prime Minister later nominated nine eminent persons to carry forward the task. He said social organizations in Varanasi have assured him that the work of cleaning the Ghats in the city shall be completed in one month. 
Earlier, Shri Narendra Modi offered prayers and performed Aarti Pujan at Assi Ghat. 

 

 




Text of PM Shri Narendra Modi’s message after conducting Swachhta Abhiyaan at Assi Ghat, Varanasi

Consumer organizations urged to undertake responsibility of cleanliness of toilets in girl’s schools under Swachh Bharat Mission 

Department of Consumer Affairs under the Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution has urged the voluntary consumer organizations to actively participate in the endeavour of Swachh Bharat Mission and undertake responsibility of cleanliness of atleast one toilet in a girl’s school for the entire year. 

In a communication to the Voluntary Consumer Organizations and NGOs, working in the field of consumer welfare in close coordination with the Ministry, the Department has asked them to run awareness campaigns to mobilize the people for Swachh Bharat Mission by organizing debate, essay and poster competitions among consumers in particular and people in general. 

Rs.1,800 cr IEC mission for behavioral changes under Clean India Mission
Urban Development Minister Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu today (28.10.2014) inaugurated two blocks of public toilets for the benefit of two JJ Clusters on Kali Bari Marg, New Delhi. Comprising of a total of 17 toilets, these two blocks have been built by the New Delhi Municipal Council at a total cost of Rs.12.50 lakhs, under Swachh Bharat Mission, launched by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, on the 2nd October this year. Read More


 



 



 


 Union HRD Minister addresses the Conference on the use of CSR Funds for construction of school toilets 

The Union HRD Minister Smt. Smriti Irani addressed the Conference on the use of Corporate Social Responsibility funds for construction of toilets in schools in New Delhi today (14.10.2014) as part of the Swachh Bharat Swachh Vidyalaya Campaign. The Minister indicated that the Prime Minister’s Mission of a Clean India by 2019 can only be achieved if we provide good clean environment in schools including functional toilets to every child so that she becomes a change agent for a larger goal that we have set for ourselves. Read More


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Videos: Launch of ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ by PM Shri Narendra Modi

Images: Launch of ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ by PM Shri Narendra Modi
PM launches Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today (2.10.2014) exhorted people to fulfil Mahatma Gandhi`s vision of Clean India. Launching the Swachh Bharat Abhan at Rajpath in New Delhi, the Prime Minister paid homage to two great sons of Mother India, Mahatma Gandhi and former Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri, on their birth anniversary. Read More
PM Shri Narendra Modi’s message on Swachh Bharat
Courtesy: http://pmindia.gov.in/
Swachh Bharat Mission: Initiatives by various Ministries
Urban Development Ministry ropes in social media organization ‘LocalCircles’
Seeking to convert ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ into a ‘Jan Andolan’, the Ministry of Urban Development has enabled an online platform to enable the citizens network with each other locally and at national level to collectively take up cleanliness activities. In this regard, the Ministry is taking the help of ‘LocalCircles’, a community social media platform. Read More
Images: Launch of Swachh Bharat mission at I&B Ministry

Images: Launch of Swachh Bharat mission at various ministries


Smt. Smriti Irani releasing a hand book on Swachh Bharat - 
Swachh Vidyalaya, in New Delhi
Shri Ram Vilas Paswan undertakes surprise checks to see 
cleanliness in his Ministry, in New Delhi
Power, Coal, MNRE PSUs to Construct 50,000 Toilets in Schools; Work on 1001 Toilets to begin tomorrow
As a part of the “Swachh Bharat Mission” , the Public Sector Undertakings ( PSUs)  under the Ministries of Power, Coal and New & Renewable Energy  will construct 50,000 toilets in schools all over the country within next one year up to August 2015.  The work of 1001 toilets will begin tomorrow, 2nd October 2014 in various states. Read More
Shri Rajnath Singh and Sushri Uma Bharati inaugurating the ‘Gomti Safai Abhiyaan’, in Lucknow
Swachh Bharat Mission Logo and Tagline contest winners to be felicitated by Prime Minister
Winners of the contest for suggesting the LOGO and the Tag Line for ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ will be felicitated by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on October 2, 2014 on the occasion of the launching of the Mission. Read More
MoD organises Interactive Session with Founder of Sulabh International on ‘Swachh Bharat’ Campaign
In the series of activities being organised by Ministry of Defence under ‘Swachh Bharat” mission, today (29.09.2014) a talk and interactive session was organised on the issue of importance of cleanliness and initiatives to be taken to achieve the goal of clean India. On this occasion, Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak founder of Sulabh International made a visual presentation and shared his views and experience with others in the field of hygiene and sanitation. Read More

Dr. Jitendra Singh participates in Clean India for Healthy India drive
Dr. Jitendra Singh, Union Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Science & Technology and Earth Sciences, MoS in Prime Minister's Office (PMO), Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, Space and Atomic Energy has participated in the ‘Swachh Bharat, Swastha Bharat Abhiyan’ (Clean India for Healthy India drive), the exercise undertaken by the Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT) in the North Block premises today (29.09.2014). Read More


Shri Narendra Singh Tomar launching the ‘Swachh Bharat 
Abhiyan’, at ESIC Hospital, Rohini, in New Delhi
Shri Narendra Singh Tomar launching the ‘Swachh Bharat 
Abhiyan’, at ESIC Hospital, Rohini, in New Delhi

Ram Vilas Paswan launches Swachh Bharat Mission at FCI

Minister for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution, Shri Ram Vilas Paswan kicked off ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ at the Food Corporation of India (FCI) headquarter here today (29.09.2014) with an appeal to the employees to wholeheartedly join the countrywide cleanliness drive. Read More 



PMO officials/staff undertaking shramdan during special 
cleanliness drive in PMO ahead of the launch of 
Swachh Bharat Mission
The Union Minister for Railways, Shri D.V. Sadananda Gowda 
during inspection of the Swachh Bharat Mission at the 
Kengeri Railway Station, in Bangalore

Union Minister for Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation Sushri Uma Bharti launched a special cleanliness drive as part of the Swachh Bharat Ahbiyan in her Ministry today (27.09.2014). Senior officials and staff of the Ministry joined the Minister with full enthusiasm in the drive which was carried out in Shram Shakti Bhawan. Read More 


 


The Union Minister for Communications & 
Information Technology and Law & Justice, 
Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad launching cleanliness drive
Minister for Law and Justice Participates in Clean IndiaCampaign Directs All Officers to Carry Forward the Initiative
The Minister for Law and Justice and Telecom and IT, Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad, today (26.09.2014) launched cleanliness drive at ShastriBhawan compound as part of the Prime Minister, Shri NarendraModi’sfavourite initiative under the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Mission). Read More

LOGO of ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ unveiled 
Ahead of the launch of ‘Swasth Bharat Mission’ by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the LOGO for the five year long cleanliness mission was today unveiled by Shri M.Venkaiah Naidu, Minister of Urban Development and Shri Nitin Gadkari, Minister of Rural Development and Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation here today (25.09.2014). Read More

The Union Minister of Rural Development and Drinking Water and Sanitation Shri Nitin Gadkari said that Swachh Bharat Mission will be converted into a mass movement to make India an open defecation free country in Five Years. Addressing a Joint Press conference with the Urban Development Minister Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu here this afternoon, Shri Gadkari said, one lakh thirty four thousand crore rupees will be spent for construction of about 11 crore 11 lakh toilets in the country. Read More

The Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, 
Shri Kalraj Mishra initiating Swachh Bharat campaign

The Union Minister for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, 
Shri Kalraj Mishra initiating Swachh Bharat campaign

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture and 
Tourism, Shri Shripad Yesso Naik initiating Swachh Bharat 
campaign

The Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture and 
Tourism, Shri Shripad Yesso Naik initiating Swachh Bharat 
campaign

Ministry of Culture and Tourism Launch Swachchha BharatAbhiyan from the Historic Red Fort, Delhi
The Tourism and Culture Minister Shri Shripad Naik here today (25.09.2014) launched the cleanliness drive under the Swachchha Bharat Abhiyan from the Historic Red Fort in the presence of senior officials of Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Culture and Archaeological Survey of India. An MoU was also signed on the occasion between ASI, ONGC and Ministry of Tourism. Read More
Shri Kalraj Mishra, the Union Minister of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, launched the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in the Ministry of MSME in letter and spirit here today (25.09.2014). The Minister led by example by cleaning the floor of a section and arranging files in another thereby setting the tone for the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.  While remembering Mahatma Gandhi’s famous quote, ‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness,’ the Minister said the Government is committed to providing a clean and healthy environment.  Read More
The Union Minister of Human Resource Development, Smt Smriti Irani initiated the Swachh Bharat-Swachh Vidyalaya Campaign at Kendriya Vidyalaya, New Delhi today (25.09.2014) by participating in the cleanliness drive along with the school’s teachers and students. Read More

The Union Minister for Urban Development, Housing and Urban Poverty 
Alleviation and Parliamentary Affairs, Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu and the 
Union Minister of Rural Development, Drinking Water & Sanitation, 
Panchayati Raj, Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari
releasing the logo of ‘Swachchh Bharat Mission’, in New Delhi 
on September 25, 2014. Courtesy: Photo Division
Shri Rajnath Singh addressing the employees on the occasion of undertaking 
an intensive cleanliness campaign by the Ministry of Home Affairs in 
New Delhi on September 25, 2014. Courtesy: Photo Division



Railways to Launch Massive Cleanliness Campaign throughout the Country on 2nd October 2014 under “Swachh Bharat Mission”
As part of the “Swachh Bharat Mission”  announced by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi , Indian Railways will be launching a massive special cleanliness campaign on 2nd October, Gandhi Jayanti Diwas involving ‘Shramdaan’ and awareness activities throughout the country. Speaking to media here today (25.09.2014), the Minister of Railways Shri D.V.Sadananda Gowda said that entire fraternity of more than 13lakh Railwaymen/women including officers and staff will be involved in this campaign, either in the‘Shramdaan’ relating to cleanliness activity or in spreading awareness on cleanliness. Read More 

Union Home Minister launches intensive cleanliness campaign by MHA
The Union Home Minister, Shri Rajnath Singh launched an intensive cleanliness campaign by the Ministry of Home Affairs, here today (25.09.2014). While addressing the employees in the North Block, Shri Rajnath Singh said that the government is determined to provide a clean, green and hygienic India by involving both the government as well as the people in this campaign. Read More

Restructuring of the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan into Swachh Bharat Mission
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today (24.09.2014) gave its approval for restructuring of the Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (NBA) into Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) and revision in the components of the programme as follows :- 

i. NBA will be restructured into the Swachh Bharat Mission with two sub-Missions - Swachh Bharat Mission (Gramin) and Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban). Budgetary provisions for the two sub-Missions will be provided separately in the demand for Grant of the Ministries of Drinking Water and Sanitation (for Gramin) and Ministry of Urban Development (for Urban). Necessary changes will be made from the RE Budget for 2014-15 onwards. The Mission will be kick-started on 2nd October 2014. If necessary, funds may be provided by re-appropriation or from the Contingency Fund.  Read More

Swachh Bharat Programme for Urban Areas
The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, today (24.09.2014) gave its approval for a massive program called "Swachh Bharat Mission for Urban Areas". This is proposed to be implemented over 5 years starting from 2nd October, 2014 in all 4041 statutory towns. The total expected cost of the programme over 5 years is Rs. 62,009 crore, out of which the proposed Central assistance will be of  Rs. 14,623 crore. Read More

MoD to Launch “Clean Cantonments” Drive from Tomorrow
Responding to the Prime Minister’s clarion call to the people of India to realize Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of “Swachh Bharat” (Clean India) by 2nd October 2019 Ministry of Defence has decided to undertake an intensive national cleanliness campaign w.e.f 25th September 2014. Read More

110 comments:

Devendra Rawat said...

we should understand that ,this is our country,and we have to keep this country clean ,just as we clean our homes....,

Rohit Kumar said...

Mr Nadrendra Modi sir is true son of India that he has started this mission. But why do we need such a mission to clean our India? Can't we clean her without a mission, with true respect.

Mohammad Irfan said...

Swatch Bharat Mission
I Mohammad Irfan, R/o Jaipur (Raj.)
Ek Bharat Ka Nagarik Hone Ke Nathe Mai Ye Pran (Oath) Letha Hu ki Me Sarda ya Kisi Bhi Sarvjani Jagh (Public Place) uh kisi prkar ka Koi Kachra Nahi Fenkunga, na hi Kanhi Bhi Thook Kar (spitting) sh Gandagi Karoonga.
"Sawnyam Ka Sudhar Hi Samaj Sudhar Hain"
ke Sidhant (Principle) pr Chalunga
Swatch Bharat Nirman ke Sawapan (Dream) ko sakar karne me Sayog Karoonga.
Jai Hind. Jai Bharat

Rajesh Jain said...

"Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" and Tackling urban India’s garbage crisis
We all can participate in this Abhiyan sitting at our home especially homemakers. At the first instance there must be no garbage at all. All the contents of the so called Garbage are recyclable, only thing is we have to be wise we must apply mind to dispose wastage after carefully segregating at source with a view that we must return maximum for recycling and use natural resources in a and effective way so that we leave some for coming generations too. I have written small blog on Environment / waste, which is a solution found for myself and my community, all jointly can really do wonders without help or investment. If we can spread this message through effective communication and especially to children through your forum, media schools and teaching medium would be great. my blog is http://no2garbage.blogspot.in/,
It is also published at http://www.cleanindiajournal.com/a-small-step-for-a-cleaner-future/ and http://news.biharprabha.com/2013/04/a-proven-model-to-dispose-garbage-and-wastes-efficiently/

Ramkumar K A said...

it is a good thing to recognize this as a real problem and creating awareness. This is only one side of this aspect. But we cannot forget that the situation is created by our government machinery's low concern to sanitation projects, garbage collection and disposal etc. I have seen many times the municipal authorities themselves disposing the garbage collected from different parts of city are disposed in open place. There is no point in "swaatchh bharat" without addressing these concerns. Infrastructure development without considering people will certainly back fire

sakshi tyagi said...

Very good initiative. I hope now people will understand the importance of cleanliness. I also hope government would ban Gutkha and Tambaku to achieve this goal in long run.

bhavin adani said...

Moral Policing makes India Shining

Indian people act and behave according to their own convenience. If we want to change this attitude then we can only implement it by moral policing, Voluntary medium of motivation will help but will not last long if not supported by moral policing.
1. Setting the Standard rules

2. Monitoring (with the help of moral police)

3. Penalising (with help of special courts and online fines system)

The first and the last part are more or less standard and can be copied from any clean and good governed country e.g. Singapore. A special mention would be fine to be kept high but can be lowered not eliminated if a person is poor. Like a stick of a dog and a stick of a elephant are of different size
Monitoring:

Task to be given to Moral Police (MP) Duties


1. Only fining by way of video or photography

2. Submitting record only via online to the court

3. Along with photo id proof of the culprit

4. Fining for Littering in public places including societies

5. Fines for obstructing or damaging public utilities (eg. Advt., political banners, or unauthorized racks and coverings by shop owners

6. Dumper trucks firmly covered (as they are the biggest culprit for dust pollution) all should be covered with metal lid as

7. Un natural Vehicular emissions can be reported

8. Noise pollution also can be reported

Selection and deselecting process of the Moral Police
1. They are selected from every street if possible (all govt employees including minister can be given this task in additional to Local public volunteers)

2. As this is an unpaid job more the merrier

3. It only the later part of penalising and monitoring where a task force needs to appointed and paid

4. A criteria needs to be set for appointing this people eg.

a. Non smoking and tobacco chewing

b. Educated and knows how to use modern tech

c. More of young 18-45 crowd as it would help us spread the news faster

d. Women would be a major part of it say 50%

e. If possible a foreign(us Europe or modern clean) visited so knows the standard required



5. Special id cards issued with expiry date so as to get police co-operation

6. They will have to keep their identities discreet. If it’s compromised then the job is transferred

7. They must get changed every year since this is a non paid job

There can be a lot altered to this idea
I would be happy to join the process

Regards

Bhavin
Proud to be Indian

mohamed giyas Pasha said...

thank you

mohamed giyas Pasha said...

Thanks for providing information-this type of programme can provoke citizens to maintain clean mind ,clean body and clean sorroundings

AKHIL NEELAM said...

what is the website that is dedicated to this campaign ?
please let me know.
thanks in advance

Solartek Thanjavur said...

very beautiful starts for this cleaning systems in india growth .


proud by indian.


powersaravana.

thanjavur.

Pawan Sharma said...

To get this into the culture of the people.. why not implement as a program in schools where students and parents have to sign up for compulsory volunteer hours for a cleanliness drive in a calendar year.

Rajesh Jain said...

please share my blog with your friends and relatives for clean India http://swachhbharat.blogspot.com/

SACHIN KUMAR said...

Very beatiful starts for this cleaning system in India growth.

Proud to be a Indian.

Namo Namo..

Sujatha Rao said...

I very much agree with Mr. Bhavin Adani. In Bangalore too the problems are similar and I would like to add to it that there is no point in only making that many toilets. It should be stressed upon them that they use the toilets rather than going out in the open and dirtying the place, littering garbage in the drains or sewage or even in the lakes that that are close by. In our place there is this sewage that cuts across the park (not used though), but this can not only cause pollution of water but also can be dangerous for the bird species too

vikram raghav said...

Swach Bharat Abhiyan without Tobacco Ban !!!
Things like Pan Masala, Gutkha and Tobacco products must have total ban. Have you seen people in US offices and home chew pan masala and gutkha? Why is India not considering complete ban on these products? If Prime Minister is really serious on cleanliness and health of its citizens, he must put total ban on tobacco and liquor products sold in markets regardless of how much funds and tax revenues it generate.

LIC OF INDIA said...

yes,we can do it clean india but every one has to participate and motivate to people and every person has to realize our homes we are keeping very neatly in the same way we have to maintain in outside also...swatch Bharath will grow and this is a challenge to every indian...

help.pathankot said...

In case of govt.departement like subzi mandi in pathankot (punjab). Where there is a responsibility of market comitee to clean the subzi mandi every day.
but the department is no more concern abt this.
the waste fruits and vegetables are dumped in between the roads of mandi.
but the departement is not even 10% interested in cleanness.
I hope the govt should impose strictly this plan first on these govt departements.

Rutu Raval said...

Respected PM Sri Narendrabhai Modi.
We being Indian Citizen Proud to have a visionary and result oriented PM like you.
Also overwhelmed with your recent initiative to make our home – our nation clean with ‘SVATCHA BHARAT” Campaign as Shri Mahatma Gandhiji always had dreamt about.
It is to share as a member of our big family – Nation that at one hand you driving “SVATCHA BHARAT” Campaign, Nation wide, whereas on other side few Business House namely PRATHNA BUILDCON PVT. LTD. Ahmedabad, Gujarat, not even considering the Chronic issues like drainage leakage and overflow in the Building Premises with approximately 150 residential units at “ Prathna Greens” developed by PRATHNA BUILDCON PVT. LTD. Under Survey no. 635, T.P. Scheme No. 9 (Vasanahadmatia-Sargasan-Uvarsad-Tarapur) at Sargasan Cross (KH) Road, Gandhinagar. Gujarat and been overlooked by PRATHNA BUILDCON PVT. LTD.

This Problem of Drainage leakage and overflow may cause in severe health and hygiene related problems.
Inspite of the several complaints by residents of “PRATHNA GREENS” to the MD of PRATHNA BUILDCON PVT. LTD. Mr. Jagdish Thakkar (Mobile: +91-98250 68731) and their representative at sitting at the “Prathna Greens” booking office Mr. Girish, there is no remarkable action on this issue.

Deepak Rawat said...

It’s Swach Bharat not eve-teasing
While people of India has supported Swach Bharat momentum at large, there are group of people who does not believe in this concept. Prior to I describe about one the group of people, let me put it in my words that what does it mean to “Swach Bharat” for me this mission is cleanliness drive to keep our environment clean & hygiene, for us, our child & our near n dear ones which means for me is no diseases, better health for us; in short a healthy India.
However this group (2Girls & 3 Boys aged around 20 – 25 years & “Educated”) of people (as I mentioned above), I encountered in Delhi metro on 14th Oct ’2014 around 5.00PM in Dwarka to Noida city Centre line were eating in the metro train & sitting on the floor & spreading unknowingly the food particles on the train floor. I could not resist myself (as the food particles were coming under my shoes, ‘the food’ which we pray to earn every day for us & our family) & asked them addressing the whole group “why are eating & spreading it in metro? & to my surprise rather than a polite apology a girl in the group reverted, “yes we are eating, we are hungry, So what if had spread all over we are using plates ‘gir gaya toh gir gaya, hum hya karein’. I was literally embarrassed to care for cleanliness of metro as the girl’s voice was louder than mine but I gathered my courage & replied you are educated enough to read that eating & drinking is prohibited in metro, still you guys don’t realized that you are doing wrong & reply came by the girl & her group member came in chorus “if it is not allowed to eat in the train ask them not to sell the same at metro station, if they will sell we will consume”
It made me very upset & I had the option to keep quiet but I decided not to leave these educated but indecent people to give a lesson of cleanliness & I dialed the metro helpline & reported the issue and at Yamuna bank metro station with the help of a security personal I stopped them to travel & tried them to take to the security office. With me security personal ask them to come along to security office & took one of them (who claimed that I am the leader of group) to security office, at security office he claimed that one of the girl was having ulcer & she need to eat something in every 2 hours & my argument was that if that was the case then you should have consume the eating material before boarding the train but if she is suffering with ulcer in no case she should consume a patties i.e. he was telling a lie. However metro staff agreed with my point & ask him to pay fine & say sorry for misbehaving with me, though he argued but agreed to pay fine & say sorry to me for the misbehave but at last he made another allegation to support his argument that they misbehaved with me because my tone to correct them was wrong & I was staring at girl. I was completely stunned with this allegation as my complete efforts for cleanliness in metro became an eve-teasing case, thanks to God the all-metro staff & a police personal was witnessing that he was making this allegation just to save himself & they asked him not to frame thing in this way. Then staff asked me to leave the matter & forgive them once & assured me that if that person would trick to frame you in future for this we will come to give the statement of this incident. Thanks fully the matter ended but I am still thinking how easy it is to frame a person in eve-teasing & how difficult it is to be correct in my country…. Because I am still afraid of if they would trick me sometime…
Deepak
inbox19121981@gmail.com

Nirmalya Dattaray said...

something needs to be done with regard to Spitting on roads and chewing gutkha and pan. ppl driving vehicles they keep spitting from the windows which falls on the road with a splash of road.

This should be made a punishable offense.

Saurabh arora said...

स्वच्छ भरात अभियान हमारे प्रधानमन्ट्रि नरेनद्र मोदी ने आरन्मभ किया है। भारत को हमेशा गान्धीजी साफ़ देखना चाहते थे। येह हमरे देश मे रहने वले लोगो को आपने देश को स्वच्छ रखना सिखते है। येह अभियान 2 अक्टुबर को शुरु किया गया था।


इतनी शी बात हवाऔ को बताए रखना,
रौशिनी होगी चिरगो को जलाए रखना,
लहु देकर ही इसकी सफ़ाई करेन्गे,
एसे दिल मे सफ़ाई बसाए रखना,
और एसे ही दिल मे तिरन्गा लेहरायए रखना।

Nitin Johri said...

SWACH BHARAT ABHIYAN MAIN

APKE SAATH HUIN


MODI JI

Pinku Debbarma said...

A pebble may be small, but when thrown in a pond creates ripple far and wide. this is what "Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan" or Sraisrai Bharat Thangraida" in Kokborok has done in the hearts of Indians residing at Tripura, small but beautiful hilly state of India. It may be 100 hours in a year that we are to observe "Sraisrai Bharat Thangraida", but this small step will definitely lead us towards holy living..... with prayers

Shruthi said...

Respected PM Sri Narendra Modi Sir,
I completely agree with most of the above comments provided by my fellow Indians.

I was searching for a place like a website or an email id which can be used by all of the Indians to give our suggestions & views as to how together we can achieve "Swachh Bharat" within the specified period of time.

As a common person I observe so many atrocities done by people, but do not know where to complain regarding the same.
For Example :

1. I see people spitting on the roads from buses or from any vehicles. They don't think that it might fall on other people or they are dirtying the place. But I feel like talking to them & telling them that is wrong , but I am scared as I think they might hurt me.
So if every citizen was given authority to complain regarding the person doing the wrong things then each of us will be afraid to do any wrong thinking somebody might be observing.

2. I have seen people breaking most of the traffic rules, but how can a common man who sees this can complain?

3. Garbage is not segregated in any houses even though they have introduced the segregation methods. The garbage collectors who come to collect garbage, themselves dump it in some open place like a road end or so & go.
so we need the separate collecting bins (recyclables, Wet waste, e-waste )for the each society.It should be made compulsory that every household dumps each of these separately to the respective bins.

4. Most of the public toilets are very dirty. Even though it is a pay & use toilet it is dirty.


Please provide us with an email id or a suggestions/ comments page to send our genuine problems and views which can be used by the officials to solve the problems reported.

amit wadkar said...

it is a nice gesture and all indians should work for it

Sridhar Reddy said...

1. Please have a website for suggestions

2. The website should show events taking place and results

3. There are one time cleaning stops, which list should be made by civic authorities. So that events can be conducted on those list so that civic authorities will be responsible after the event.

4. First take up public places like Bus stops, Railway stations, Schools, Colleges, Markets to show immediate results by which more people will be enroll in the drive.

5. Govt should introduce more dust bins and increase staff with little higher pay to clear all the dustbins regularly.

gaithat said...

इसमें थोडा समय जरूर लगेगा, लेकिन लोग जागरूक हो रहे हैं,
स्वच्छ भारत अभियान का एक संस्कृति बनना आवश्यक है ।

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Priya Pillay said...

We are also taking this Swachha Bharath ahead by having started at our factories - Peenya, Dobbaspet & Mysore. We got the entire area cleaned- Outside our factory, our compound wall & even the opposite one and have got the walls painted with Swachha bharath message.
Peenya Industrial Gases Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore

karm jit said...

hii im krm from gurdaspur , punjab .. india main sab jgah swach bharat abhiyaan chal rha hai .. thats what india needs first ,, i mean thats a good step ,, but hum jha rehtey hai hmarey ghar k paas he kurdey ka dair prda hua ,, thorda sa nahe jada hai ,, logey key gharo ka kachra hm chah kar b khuud , us fenk nahe sktey ,, hum bahut dair sey,, apney paas k safai karmchare ko keh rhey hai par koi ni sunta ek baar humney khud usse saaf kar b diya tha lekin abb fir ussey b jada kechrey ka deerr logey ne kar diya ,, shero main to safai hoo rhe ,, i dont know , k ghanv kab saaf hogey ,, :/

Manoj Kumar said...

Hello Sir,

I just want to know that if someone who is increasing impurity and if somebody stop him then he says who only you are stopping to me , there is lots of people they don't have any issue then why you telling.

and police also supporting to him.

I want to tell you complete details, I have buy a floor to take home loan from bank and there is a sweet corner shop at the street corner and they cover street corner to his chowmin and other counter, and they are throwing waste food and garbage openly, which smell and making unhealthy environment, my father lost of time request him to clean the street but he says he is paying rs. 10000/- bribe to someone, when I complaint to delhi police and MCD but no one is ready to take any serious action against him, last time on 23rd Oct, 2014 morning on diwali my father told him to remove the counter due to diwali fest but they shove to my father then I called to police 100 no, they taken written compalint to me on sagar pur thana but did't take any action still the counter is there,

Sir nobody is readyto help, they are telling that why only you are complinting you, I gave your example that only Mr. Narendra modi ji start swach bharat mission they did't wait for any one.

Sir if you feel that I am right please do something to support me.

Manoj 9211259723

sonali said...

Hello Mr. Modi, I have always been you fan and with all such initiatives, I simply salute you. I hope that people understand the way importance of cleanliness and everyone in the Country takes the initiative in this Abhiyaan.

I want to highlight an important point that I live in Noida and no one even from the municipal corporation comes for cleaning our surrounding. I have never seen any staff member to take care of the issue. I am trying to figure out the complaint procedure but in the meanwhile I want to request you to reach out the government in UP to take care of this issue on serious note and please take such initiatives in this regards.

Thanks

Praveen Nair R said...

I'm from Ernakulam district in Kerala, where waste management systems are very poor, especially with regard to household wastes. People throw food and non-food wastes at an irrigation canal in front of my house located to the East of Pamba Electronics, Kureekkad (Pin Code - 682305). This area comes under Chotanikkara grama panchayat. It is a threat to health.

Whenever I see people throwing waste into this canal, I request them not to do so. But I'm sure I will not be able to tell all those people who do so...

Wish our panchayat officials could find a permanent solution by making mesh walls to prevent people throwing wastes into the canal.

Praveen Nair R said...

Cleanliness is a continuous process, and I suggest/request that a defined percentage of the mandatory corporate CSR spending be directed to cleanliness mission - Corporate money will always be needed to create as well as sustain waste management systems.

Puneet Singh said...

This Abhiyaan (Swachh Abhiyaan) is become a new way of promotion person , movie etc, some one need to run this abhiyaan as an project, every area , region, hospital, temple etc need to be given to some responsible person and they need to be monitored continuously, and they should get help from local administration.

AK said...

Its a very good initiative and I am proud to be an Indian.
My simple request to celebrities & NGO's who have taken swacch bharat abhiyaan- clean India movement.

Can someone also donate 2 bins after every 500 meters?

Ideas Or suggestion:-
Every shop keeper needs to keep dustbin outside or within his premises on odd/even dates.

In Parks & Public places- Companies like Adani/ Reliance/ Tata to provide plastic bins in the cities or around 2 Km radius at their offices across India.

Fine for littering/ throwing garbage should be increased to penalty of minumum Rs.3000/-

PAN-GUTKA to be banned across states.

Yatin Joshi said...

I Mr.Yatin Joshi, Resident of Pratham Shrusti, Gorwa would like to be part of this initiative of "Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan".

We have started cleaning our areas nearby in respect to this initiative, but unfortunately there are no Bins kept in our area due to which our plans have back fired and people have started throwing garbage on roads.


Kindly help us get Dust bins in our area so that this dream of our PM Shri Narendra Modiji could be fulfilled.

Regards,
Yatin Joshi
9925000495
yats123@gmail.com

Surinder Nath Mahajan said...

Swatch Bharat Abhyaan is a wonderful drive of our beloved Prime Minister. But, this drive can't be successful if the state governments and the municipal corporations don't co-operate. In my residential colony " HIG-Duplex Colony, Chander Nagar, Ghaziabad ", the municipal authorities are least bothered for cleanliness. In spite of my personal requests to the area corporator, no arrangement has been made for stoppage of garbage dumping behind my house and for cleaning of the storm water drain, which has not been cleaned for the last four/five years. I hope the Ghaziabad Municipal Authorities will realise the importance of cleanliness drive initiated by our Prime Minister and take immediate action for above.

S. N. Mahajan,
14, HIG- Duplex,
Chander Nagar, Ghaziabad.
Mob. 9810837530.
snmahajan@gmail.com

santosh hande said...

I want to be part of "swatch bharat abhiyan". I was already started cleaning in my office & home area.
I m interested to occupy more area, in this matter I need resources for campaign.
Please help for resources. (e.g. dust bins, mop, mask etc.)

Santosh Hande.
9867511209
santosh_hande1989@rediffmail.com
Bhandup (W), Mumbai 400078.

rajamahender reddy said...

THIS PROGRAMM STARTED ON NOV 2 1014 ON NEW DELHI THIS PROGRAMM MAIN MISSION IS CLEAN THE INDIA AND DREAM OF GANDHIGI, NARENDRA INVITED THE FEW PERSONS ACTORS POLICTICIANS AND STAR STATUS PERSONS . TV CHANNELS ALSO MOSTLY GIVEN THE PUBLICITY OF THE PROGRAMM . SANIA MIRZA , NAGARJUANA , SASI THAROOR , SALMAN , RAJINIKANTH, CHANDRA BABU NAIDU, AND JAMMU KASHMIR CHEIF MINISTER OMAR ABDULLA ,BOLLYWOOD STAR AMITHAB BACHHAN , SO NARENDRA GI APPRECIATED EVERY ONE. HE CALLED THE EVERY PERSON DO THE PROGRAMM AND INVITE THE 9 PERSONS . GOVERNAMENT ALSO PROVIDE LAKH OF RUPEES ON THIS PROGRAMM EVERY THING IS OK. MY OPINION IS IF CITIZEN OR SHOP KEEPRERS, HOUSE RESIDENTIALS , TOTAL PUBLIC IF DOES NOT FOLLOWING THE CERTAIN RULES SHOULD IMPOSE THE FINE ,LIKE TRAFFIC FINE , EVERY ONE CAN FOLLOW THE RULES.

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girish vakharia said...

Bins not brooms
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan kicked off on 2nd oct 2014. Since then, I have seen numerous photographs and videos where celebrities armed with a broom in their hands have hit the streets as part of their contribution to the campaign. But i am yet to see anyone with ‘use me‘ bins in their hands instead of the brooms. Of course I am not a bit surprised by their drama, for apart from a theatrical exhibition of their meaningless exercise of brooming the streets for a press photoshoot, their contribution to the clean India campaign ends with the other task of nominating 9 similar minded celebrities to spread the campaign- the nomination method made universal by the ice bucket campaign.
May i mention here that we need bins more than we need brooms. The more the bins on the streets, the lesser will be the need for brooms. Prevention is better than cure is known to all of us but never followed. Tea, already a favourite beverage amongst Indians, has attained an iconic status thanks to the architect of the present campaign - our present prime minister. However, across India, tea is sold in trains, on railway platforms bus stands, street corners, gardens and parks served in paper cups, bhanr or sikora which are just disposed by the common man in the open either chucked by the brazen in the middle or guiltily tucked in some corner by a relatively civilised person .
In towns and cities pan India, thousands of hawkers sell food on the streets either wrapped in newspapers or served in banana leaves or paper plates. Our own city of joy is no less guilty by the almost ubiquitous presence of muri walas and puchka walas at practically every street corner. Near the malls and markets it is a common detestable sight to find litters of empty chips and popcorn packets, cans, cigarette butts, tobacco sachets and even remnants of half eaten food.
A small step may be taken by the govt, ngos, para and rotary clubs, corporate and individuals jointly towards providing bins to these hawkers, educate them the values of hygiene and to ensure that their customers drop the waste into the bins only. Of course it needs to be followed by regular daily clearances of these bins to the demarcated garbage vats/stations of the area.
Other than this, the malls, commercial and shopping areas should have sufficient bins for the citizens to use. Also one must ensure that these bins are emptied at required intervals so that the bins are never full.. Believe me it is not as ardent a task as it sounds. For a country which can boast of an example of exemplary delivery system as the Bombay dabbawallas, scientific movement of the garbage from the hawkers bin to the ultimate disposal location would be childs play.
Let us kolkatans along with other cities make our first step towards a clean india. Building of toilets and cleaning the Ganges may be left to the government for a cleaner India. Let us pledge not to litter or pollute.
girish vakharia
9830066677matcond and

Pallavi Shukla said...

I have some plan in my mind related to this Abhiyan that is "Swachh Bharat Mission " & to execute we need support of " BHARAT SARKAR"
If i can get the opportunity to discuss that will defiantly make our country a clean country

Thanks
Pallavi Shukla

sha said...

please avoid using plastic bags, main source of garbage production...Can sustain for over thousand years.If we can avoid using that, half of the garbage problem will be solved.apart from that.
polybags are dangerous to the nature.Its applicable everywhere in this world.nowadays everybody using polythenes and its not dissolvable and not mixed with the soil.Animals are dying by eating these, its creating poisonous fumes if burned and also choking the sever lines and blocking the underground lines ,a major cause of flooded streets during rainy seasons .50 percent of garbage is forming because of these poly bags and polluting our nature.
So for swacchh Bharat mission, we should take a pledge to not use the plastic bags...JAI Hind..

sha said...

please avoid using plastic bags, main source of garbage production...Can sustain for over thousand years.If we can avoid using that, half of the garbage problem will be solved.apart from that.
polybags are dangerous to the nature.Its applicable everywhere in this world.nowadays everybody using polythenes and its not dissolvable and not mixed with the soil.Animals are dying by eating these, its creating poisonous fumes if burned and also choking the sever lines and blocking the underground lines ,a major cause of flooded streets during rainy seasons .50 percent of garbage is forming because of these poly bags and polluting our nature.
So for swacchh Bharat mission, we should take a pledge to not use the plastic bags...JAI Hind..

Krishnanand Pandey said...

swatch bharat mission needs to be brought near to people.The awareness campaign should be supplemented by micro level view of the movement.
1.There should be a network of large and small dustbins.
2.Municipal bodies should be given more funds so tha infrstrutures could be strenghtened.
3. Municipal bodies should penalise anyone found littering or even spitting. Make it an offence ,on the spot challan will deter people from littering public places.
4 Singapore is an example.At one point of time it was one of the dirtiest cities of the world and now it is one of the cleanest.

Beulah Emmanuel said...

Swachh Bharat mission is the first of its kind sensitisation in India where every citizen of India got sensitized of cleaning their own surroundings.
Though it is visioned by many leaders, it is this Government that has brought the vision into action forward.I congratulate the efforts and proud to be part of it.
The fever & fervor should not come down as the days go by.Every citizen of India I request to be conscious about their own and surroundings' cleanliness.., The school children need to be trained and educated in this more and more .

Rajesh Jain said...

Swachch Bharat
Lets all start from our own home first , I am sure my ideas very simple and practical can do wonders
http://swachhbharat.blogspot.in

RK Iyer said...

Unlike in the USA where the democracy is being understood as the Right of Every Other Citizen, in India Democracy is one's personal right. When the mindset of the Citizens is such its difficult to enforce a Swacch Bharat by pleading to the public with Tokenism. The only way this can be strictly enforced is :

Warn people who trash, spit or urinate on the streets the first time.

For the Second Offence, penalise them with fines to a tune of Rs 1000/- or more.

Subsequent offences should be treated with a Jail Sentence.

Only such strong measures as adopted by Countries such as Singapore, Malaysia, United Kingdom and USA can act as a deterrent.

The common man on the Street should have the right to question the offenders and bring them to book. We cannot have a law enforcement agency to watch every person on the Street.

Creating awareness and building the necessary infrastructure has to be the main focus. Only when we have enough Dust Bins, Toilets, etc in place, we will be able to enforce the rules.

RK Iyer said...

10 steps how everybody can contribute to a Clean World

1. Don’t throw trash!
Don’t throw it into the street, into the woods, into the rivers, into the seas!
If you throw trash away, it doesn’t go away, ever.
Trash comes back, in so many ways, and none of them good.

2. Sort your trash!
In the Clean World everything used is sorted and that’s how we reduce trash.
It is one of the best ways to re-use resources. In the Clean World we hope to
eliminate landfills and view trash as a valuable source of new resources.

3. Don’t throw anything away. Anything!
When something is broken, try to fix it! If you can’t, then recycle it!
If you don’t need something, think of a new use for it or give it to
somebody who might need it. Everything that you may no longer require
could be valuable elsewhere. Think, before you dispose.

4. Don’t burn trash!
Burning trash seems an easy option. However, when you burn trash,
it returns many toxins to the environment. Look to re-cycle your trash…
Don’t burn it!

5. Compost food leftovers!
Food leftovers should not be thrown away, but composted.
In the Clean World there is a compost next to every house for every community.

6. Consume only as much as you really need to!
In the Clean World people regard consumption as the last resort.
Repair as much as possible. Don’t let fashion or technology affect your opinions.

7. Avoid using disposable products that generate trash!
Glass bottles filled with drinks really are environmentally ‘better’.
Instead of plastic bags, use bags made of fabric.
Products are consumed more reasonably in the Clean World.

8. Buy trash free products!
Avoid products that are excessively packaged.
Choose to buy durable products that will last.
In the Clean World there are totally recyclable products.

9. Support environmentally friendly legislation and actions!
Vote for laws that support environmentally friendly produced goods,
from farmers’ markets or directly from the producer.
Cut out the marketing and packaging. In the Clean World we buy responsibly.

10. Co-operate with others by suggesting alternatives!
Be yourself but make sure your friends can see your example.
In the Clean World everybody is responsible.
Be different by making your friends enjoy the Clean World.

CSRplanet.in said...

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is getting supported by corporate sector as part of their CSR to a large extent. It is also of utmost importance to look towards the sustainability of the initiative otherwise the momentum gained would yield no result. Each individuals support will add on to the success of the initiative.

http://www.csrplanet.in

Gopal Sarawagi said...

Swacha Bharat is target of my life a resident from Chennai - Gopal Sarawagi but sorry to post that the garbage what we put in a plastic bag daily to dispose that plastic bag we are forced to pay some tips daily to the people who are appointed by the Goverment for collecting garbage.
It is very sad to say that.

Gopal Sarawagi
9940015239

nirmal said...

Hi,

It's a great initiative by our Hon. Prime Minister. But i would like to say (Whatever I have seen so far) that No one wants to put garbage on the road/public place but they are forced to do so because there is lack of infrastructure.if there will be dustbins installed at every 200/300 mts, pleople will automatically put garbage in the dustbin. i have seen people search for dustbin and when they don't find they throw it on road wherever they find convenience. Today we can clean the road/public places/societies etc once/twice/thrice but again people will bound to litter bcz of infrastructure availability. I saw in Germany.... each electricity pole has dusbin installed and people throw garbages in that dustbin. cleaners visit every 2 hours and change the garbage polithene.that's why these cities are so clean. i am not saying that the infra will be developed in a day in India but if Govt. can start installing infra city by city, the investment load will be lesser and can make it inspiration for the other cities by using as reference. its not only true for dustbin but urinal, toilets, spitting....

The mission is directly proportional to infra installation.

I hope the the Govt. will consider it seriously.

Ankush Sharma said...

Dear sir/ Madam,

As we all know that H'Able PM Shri Narendra Modi launched a programme 'Clean India Mission' to fulfill Mahatma Gandhi's

vision. Truely,It's a very admirable deed geared up by H'Able PM. Here I am concerning an issue, if any official is reading

this post please take a disciplinary action So that this Vision Programme may also get pace towards its zenith. We all will

be highly oblized for the same. We all are the resident of Sikandrabad Road, Kakore, District- Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh

PIN-203203
Here, on this prime location of this road that is bounded to lead Delhi, State Govt. has built up Cemented Sewerage

Lane(Drain) 10 years ago for the adequate drainage of Water populated from houses but some of the notorious residents have

filled the same with dust,soil and concretes. Now there is no way to drain of the water and water is flowing outside the

Sewerage Lane. Moreover, It's also getting back to houses as it has no path to flow forward. There are insects around the

same and stink problem.
There is a major probability to be enhanced the infection and disease issues.
Now this issue has turned to a serios matter. Many a time we all residents complained in our respective Police-Station as

well as with District Administration. But no one is conscious about the same. We all residents want to get-rid of this issue

shortly.
Thank You,

Resident of-
Sikandrabad Road, Kakore, Bulandshahr, Uttar Pradesh, INDIA
203203

Unknown said...

Dear Sir,
Proud to be an Indian always and also extremely proud to join hands with our Honorable Prime Minister on each of his campaign to take India forward !!!!
My humble submission is that The youth from colleges should be asked to adopt villages/ Gram Panchayats in their area, form groups and spread awareness regarding the danger of Open Defecation found in villages and frame a system of monitoring to check the practice. Firstly, analyse the issue by delving into the reasons for such bad hygienic practices followed by the villagers and try and address them by ways of creating awareness campaigns and also check with authorities regarding the provision of toilets etc.
The youth have to be educated on the importance of RURAL DEVELOPMENT and this may be made mandatory in all educational Institutions irrespective of their status..
Lets inculcate the feeling of ownership and commitment in the minds of the youth towards the land they belong to and refrain them from expecting everything to be by the Govt.Cheers to the Programme...!
Lakshmi Devi, Palakkad, Kerala

Raj S. Bhati said...

On 7th Nov 2014 Mission clean Rewari mobile app has been launched, it is a real time civic engagement platform empowering Rewari’s people to be community heroes and report neighborhood issues from their smartphones. Within 5 days more than hundred problems submitted by rewari’s people, it is considered as a smart and effective move to make your city cleaner and to keep up the spirit of Mission Swachh Bharat. Mr. R. C. Verma (Deputy Commissioner Rewari) requested people to contribute effectively, he would personally monitor the website http://missioncleanrewari.com/ to successfully resolve the issues submitted.

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sgt said...

2 THINGS EXTREMELY IMPORTANT TO SUSTAIN IT IN THE LONG RUN IN URBAN AREAS-

1. EVERY SHOP/STALL SELLING EATABLES/PAN/ETC. SHOULD KEEP A DUSTBIN IN FRONT IN THEIR SHOP. A PENALTY/FINE SHOULD BE IMPOSED IN ITS ABSENCE.

2. THERE SHOULD BE ENOUGH DUSTBINS IN CROWDED PLACES.

sagar mopagar said...

Dear sir, I am from Bangalore. I want to see a cleaner India. I want to join hands with government and help India accomplish this goal. 20 years later my children need not feel like going abroad and settle there claiming India isn't clean.

The Swachch Bharat Abhiyaan is a brilliant idea. This has to succeed for India to become clean. And all indians need to participate in this.

But I have some concerns. A lot of people don't know where to start the abhiyaan. Like, they don't know which place they should begin with. So in my opinion , government should help such people in finding places that need cleaning. You can say, start with your street. But that's not easy. I alone can't attempt it. If there's a group created online or through a government office then this group can act with more planning, spirit and timely. Also, government should suggest or make available equipments necessary for cleaning littered places. Such as gloves, brooms, dust pan etc. A swachhata Center should be opened in every major section of the cities and towns. These centres should take responsibility to create voluntary groups through campaigning and door-to-door visits. Should guide these groups in all matters of cleaning, such as deciding place, no of people required, duration, handling/disposing collected trash, water or bathing facilities post cleaning.

I am very much eager to remove garbage out of my area in Bangalore. I want to do it with my own hands. But I can't suddenly start the activity with a broom and dust pan in my hands. I will be considered a fool.

Please treat this seriously. Thanks:

My email: sagarmopagar@gmail.com

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Rajesh Jain said...

Swachch Bharat
Lets all start from our own home first , I am sure my ideas very simple and practical can do wonders
http://swachhbharat.blogspot.in
10 steps how everybody can contribute to a Clean World

1. Don’t throw trash!
Don’t throw it into the street, into the woods, into the rivers, into the seas!
If you throw trash away, it doesn’t go away, ever.
Trash comes back, in so many ways, and none of them good.

2. Sort your trash!
In the Clean World everything used is sorted and that’s how we reduce trash.
It is one of the best ways to re-use resources. In the Clean World we hope to
eliminate landfills and view trash as a valuable source of new resources.

3. Don’t throw anything away. Anything!
When something is broken, try to fix it! If you can’t, then recycle it!
If you don’t need something, think of a new use for it or give it to
somebody who might need it. Everything that you may no longer require
could be valuable elsewhere. Think, before you dispose.

4. Don’t burn trash!
Burning trash seems an easy option. However, when you burn trash,
it returns many toxins to the environment. Look to re-cycle your trash…
Don’t burn it!

5. Compost food leftovers!
Food leftovers should not be thrown away, but composted.
In the Clean World there is a compost next to every house for every community.

6. Consume only as much as you really need to!
In the Clean World people regard consumption as the last resort.
Repair as much as possible. Don’t let fashion or technology affect your opinions.

7. Avoid using disposable products that generate trash!
Glass bottles filled with drinks really are environmentally ‘better’.
Instead of plastic bags, use bags made of fabric.
Products are consumed more reasonably in the Clean World.

8. Buy trash free products!
Avoid products that are excessively packaged.
Choose to buy durable products that will last.
In the Clean World there are totally recyclable products.

9. Support environmentally friendly legislation and actions!
Vote for laws that support environmentally friendly produced goods,
from farmers’ markets or directly from the producer.
Cut out the marketing and packaging. In the Clean World we buy responsibly.

10. Co-operate with others by suggesting alternatives!
Be yourself but make sure your friends can see your example.
In the Clean World everybody is responsible.
Be different by making your friends enjoy the Clean World

Akshat Mansinghka said...

Hi Sir,

I appreciate this mission of yours, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.
But, I would like to ask you that what are the steps that our government is taking for the disposal of waste, and solid waste management.
I suggest the installment of separate dustbins for bio-degradable and non-bio-degradable waste in our streets, roads, corners, circles etc., which I assure you are not there in majority of the country.

Also, what is our government doing to recycle the huge waste dumps near cities? Also, I strongly oppose the use of incineration plants for that. Please shift the contracts of these dumps from the current corrupt contractors to some really good NGO's and individuals who know better ways to dispose them off.

I hope my comment is recognized by you and it would be higly appreciated if i get a reply.

Thanks !

Jaipuria Institute Of Management, Girls Hostel said...

Sir/Ma'am,
We really appreciate the initiatite made by our honourable PM. So putting this problem to show some real picture.
This is to bring to your kind notice that the residents of girls hostel at Jaipuria Institute of Management, Noida are facing severe health issues due to the emission of smoke by burning of garbage at the empty field just besides the campus. If this area is not residential that does not mean that some of us who are actually residing here have to suffer and get hospitalised or medicated time and again due to the negligence of the government authorities in power. This issue might seem casual to you all but this is causing too many severe problems to the 138 residents here as well the staff members. Sincere requests have already been made by the Jaipurai authority of the institute but no action has been taken yet. Rather the problem is increasing in the form of increasing emissions each day and is making us suffocating. We residents are not even able to breathe and are almost dying.

Please help Us

Arindam Das said...

Dear P.M sir,

MORE & MORE Times i informed to our panchayat and D.M also but there is no result. I dont know why no one can take any action against it. I want to know from you that can anybody do any business disturbing their neighbour and total Polluted the area. If YES, then i never do complaint any where,
If NOT,Then pls tell me where I will go for JUSTICE.
My area is highly contagious due to storage of lots of cow potty. My Neighbour Mr.Sailen ghosh has one illegal cow garage totally polluted our area. Very small place but 10 to 12 cows & buffalo are there. They are not cleaning the area, all time bad smell surrounding the area.And all time in front of my windows cows & buffalo are shouting.This is very problematic situation for me.Even we are not open the windows for that side. And most dangerous think is that Mr.ghosh doing another business of GHUTE(made by cow potti)at in front of my house.they are blocked the public road with storage of cow potti and GHUTE. This business is a cause of smell and air total environmental pollution.Due to this we are effected from MOSQUITO bites. There is no drainage system. It also effected on us. This area comes under RAJARHAT-BISHNUPUR 1 NO GRAM PANCHAYAT,Kolkata-700135 And OUR RAJARHAT POLICE STATION NEWLY added BIDHANNAGAR COMMISSIONAIRE . IF YOU COME HERE THEN YOU WILL COME TO KNOW ABOUT THE SITUATION OF THIS AREA.. This is my request to you to please take it seriously, because peoples are now getting effected due to lots of mosquitoes. Hygienically its not good. I hope you should understand my problem. pls do something for me.

PLEASE I AM WAITING FOR YOUR REPLY.
Anybody CAN HELP ME PLS.

ARINDAM DAS
RAJARHAT-KOLKATA-135
M-9681867081
email-ari.das83@gmail.com

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Kaku said...

Hi,

I am working with Radisson Blu Marina, Connaught Place.Recently Sawach Bharth drive by our hotel all our team members cleaned the back area, which basically comes under NDMC. We collected the garbage lot at different places.Now the point is who will pick that garbage from NDMC area. The NDMC people are asking for some amount of money, which basically is not right.


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Vinay Gowda said...

Hi,
We appreciate the work.
But the advertisement coming in in Kannada language is killing the language. Please get the proper wordings and provide the same to channels.

IRDRP NGO said...

I am Dr.Irudayasamy, NGOs working in Chennai Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is very good progressive idea, which the nation is required at present. Every Indian has to participate in this movement daily one hour any form of activity he can contribute for clean India. I do. thanks to our PM's Vision
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mohammed abdul aqueel said...

I MOHAMMED ABDUL AQUEEL FROM HYDERABAD CONGRATULATE OUR PRIME MINISTER FOR INITIATING THIS SORT OF THOUGHT WHICH CAN BE A REALITY
It's a great initiative by our Hon. Prime Minister. But i would like to say (Whatever I have seen so far) that No one wants to put garbage on the road/public place but they are forced to do so because there is lack of infrastructure.if there will be dustbins installed at every 200/300 mts, pleople will automatically put garbage in the dustbin. i have seen people search for dustbin and when they don't find they throw it on road wherever they find convenience..MY REQUEST TO ALL IS Co-operate with others by suggesting alternatives!
Be yourself but make sure your friends can see your example.
In the Clean World everybody is responsible.
Be different by making your friends enjoy the Clean World .As we all know that H'Able PM Shri Narendra Modi launched a programme 'Clean India Mission' to fulfill Mahatma Gandhi's
vision. Truely,It's a very admirable deed geared up by H'Able PM.

I ONCE AGAIN THANK ALL FOR THIS WONDERFUL PROGRAM.AND WOULD LIKE TO PARTICIPATE.

M.A.AQUEEL
12-11-342/B
WARASIGUDA SECUNDERABAD
HYDERABAD
TELANGANA.
+91-08106465786
aqueelmohammed9@gmail.com

Anurag Patel said...

Hi All,
I want to give an important suggestion to keep clean railway station and railway track.

As you all know that there is no facility to dispose waste in any train. So people normally throw there waste outside the window which results filthy stations and track. So there must be well maintained dustbin in every bogie.

And must be strict penalty for everyone if they throw there waste or spit on track or station or road or park or office or anywhere in India.
But for that there must be a dustbin in every 2-3 km of distance.

Mukesh Bhatnagar said...

How 'Clean India Clean' drive be made a part of our living style. While i prefer to pick up any stray piece of paper at the Metro area, i could not find a sense of belonging for the roads, parks and neigbourhoods. In particular i would like to name this guy by name Rajesh Verma, living in a bungalow type house, he has three cars but great sense of cleanliness. On being asked why he made sewage drainage outlet outside his house and dirty water flowing to ours side, his comments were "i could not locate the blockage even after spending 5-6000, hence this arrangement". That is called clean house,but dirty India. God save us all of the mind set. This man lives in 152 Tagore Park, Delhi India. Talk to him he has convincing reply for such a conduct. Reported by: Mukesh Bhatnagar R/O 151 Tagore Park 9654030301

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Govardhani Gunukula said...

We are voluntary body by name Indira Priya Darsini women's Welfare Association , have been involved in motivating the people to keep clean and hygiene environment . Swatcha Bharat program is launched in Jadhcerla area in Mahabubnagar District - Telengana State . We have 575 SHG groups , 175 farmer clubs . We propose to clean the semi urban areas of Jadcherla . We humbly request the philanthropists to provide funding to our NGO . Please contact us by 9885013699 . Request to see our website ;www.ipwwa.org . Mail ID; ipwwa1998@yahoo.com . Please help us . We are women headed NGO

Dmak.Designs said...

I want to Dedicate my Expertise to Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, I have made a toilet that can be made by the owner in few hours time. INDIA for India & maybe all economically backward nations. kindly any Govt authorized person contact me
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Dmak.Designs said...

I want to Dedicate my Expertise to Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, I have made a toilet that can be made by the owner in few hours time. INDIA for India & maybe all economically backward nations. kindly any Govt authorized person contact me
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The poetess lost..... said...

I have just one question to the honorable Prime Minister...what after cleaning up? What will you do of the waste that is collected. Open dumps are a major problem in most of the cities which give rise to ground water pollution, communicable diseases and stink. Moreover, the value of the land nearby also reduces. Has the ministry thought about what do we do of collected waste?
I have seen all the ministers and media personalities jumping on streets and cleaning them. But tell me what happens afterwards?
There are various methods by which waste can be converted to energy be it ethanol or electricity which have been employed in countries like Sweden. Sweden actually buys waste from Norway and its neighbours to generate electricity and we have so much of waste. Can't we do something on similar line? Any questions are welcome.
Regards
Dr. Hansa Jeswani
A worried citizen

Preeti Singh said...

Two suggestions:

1. Please have stiff laws and hefty fine for dog owners who walk their dogs on the streets and leave their poop behind. It happens in best of residential areas.

2. Please make in mandatory for all park to reserve on area in the park itself for converting its green waste to manure and not throw it outside the park and/or have someone else pick it up and dispose somewhere

AYUSH VANI said...

this initiative has brought a lot of change in the country . but Railway Station are still very dirty . I myself saw 2-3 persons doing urine on the NDLS ( New Delhi Railway Station ) on 28 November 2014 on 9:00 PM . Please take rigid action to make people aware .

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Annamalai Swaminathan said...

Dear Prime Minister,

This is very good initiative.
My suggestion is..
1.We have introduce Red Bag / Green Bag / Blue for the Garbage.

Red Bag - All the Hospital waste such as used cottons / Syringe / Medicines / Sanitary napkin / diaper

Green Bag - All the recycle items such as paper etc..

Blue Bag - All the toxic items.

2. We have to create Sewage treatment plant for each area / city / Village & move all the waste to that.



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90030 21706

Nitin Bhokare said...

Respected Prime Minister,
amazing Initiative and I wish you all the best for this. I would like to congratulate your for getting this initiative and getting so many great people, leaders involved in such great initiative.

First problem is about the infrastructure and maintenance of the same. Your initiative of having toilets is great what about the water, cleanliness required.

Such initiatives fails due to lack of resources required.

Also, the mindset of the our Indian citizens have to be changed either through media program and this is where NDTV or the Ambassadors have a key role. We do understand that its job of everyone and we do make sure to take care of our country.

Recently, some pics were floating on social networking where big names who cleaned the small space were wearing gloves, mask and don't know how many times they might have used sanitizers and have taken bath.

Not fair. Be a conman people and do the things and regularly. Think of the people who leave their living by doing such dirty jobs and without getting a single medications.

Last not the least, i salute you for getting very aggressive and bringing this initiative to every ones attention at country level. Request will be please dont stop, we all support you and we will work with you.

Regards, Nitin

rohit patne said...

Respected Prime Minister sir!
I am Rohit M. Patne alumni of IITGuwahati,
Sir!
I have idea about how to keep india clean. it has 98% guarantees of succes. also it will create employment in many area.
I need financial support and permission to impliment my idea.
I am intrested to keep my india clean but if you are intrested please tell me so that i can submit project to you!

Thank you Sir!
Rohit M. Patne
EmailId:iitg2010rohit@gmail.com
mobil no:9028421986

Namrata sharma said...

Dear Sir,
Government is running swach bharat abhiyan....and delhi jal board supplying dirty and foul smelling water in east delhi....
what a irony....before running any event government haven't look in the loop holes....
and even after complaining abt dirty water supplying they didn't take any action...
Even the contact number of their respective engineers and zonal officers are outdated on delhi jal board website....
Swachta is required in the delhi water as well not only on roads...we are paying high bills to the delhi jal board so we need the quality service as well....i hope the government should take any action abt this...
Can government should take any action and ensure that we will get clean water without any smell in our houses....
pls don't force us to post such comments....

Dr Sonali Bhandarkar said...

Middle class households keep housemaids to clean utensils and they use washing machines for cloths...
I have seen and experienced that housemaid's absentism makes responsible woman loaded with household tasks.
In your promotion; Why don't you teach children especial males to clean used plate, bowl, spoon and glass after meals. This work is considered generally inferior to men. But in a photograph I have seen Mr. Narayan Murthy(Former Director Infosys) cleaning his plate and helping in Household work.
This will help in minimizing gender disequilibrium, exploitation of unskilled workers like housemaids.
A Lesson of Independence can be tought along with empowered household too.

Dharmesh Makwana said...

Sir,
Awaiting your support for MyToilet Concept which I want to dedicate to the Nation. The advantages of this toilet are as follows
1.Fastest to make by end user him/her self a few hour is all it take for 2 people to make & use next day.
2.CLEAN & Easier to keep clean.
3.Economical.
4.Corruption free as delivered to end user directly.
5. Environmental friendly.
6. Basic construction avoids too much dependence on other workers.
7.Most acceptable to Indian Climate/ topography/ environment etc.
Kindly contact me as its very urgent & will make "Swachh Bharat" a Reality too soon then any other toilets can.
dmakwalls@gmail.com
dharmeshdmakwana@yahoo.com

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Ravi P Tomar said...

Let`s create the world for our super heroes. The street cleaners to the society.

Wtch How Brazil did it "Across the Globe"

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Unknown said...

Please educate all PWDs throughout India to replace open & waterless urinals for men on the roadsides, with dignified enclosed Sulabh-type conveniences for both men and women. The stink, public nuisance, and public health disaster that the former constitute is a slur on the PM's campaign for a clean India. It is also necessary to educate men to more dignified and responsible ways of personal behaviour. Please note also in the context of the Clean Ganga campaign, one such open urinal directly on the Ganga, on the way to the temple in Gangotri is an abomination in the face of the pilgrims who visit the glacier regions with great devotion. The very sanctity of the region is destroyed in the face of the lack of civic sense and hygeine in the great Himalayan shrine. Similar open urinal is at the main square, opp. to the Triveni Ghat Gate in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand. Will the authorities please wake up to modern-day concerns of public health, privacy and dignity in civic spaces, in the place of current sops to male impunity in matters of hygeine as a prime example of bad governance?

Adavi Krishna said...

There is LANCER COLONY meant for OFFICERS QUARTERS in Secunderabad close to RAIL NILAYAM in SECUNDERABAD. All their drain water and waste are disclosed off to the public road which is causing huge nuisance. This matter has been complained to several Administative Officers in Rail Nilayam but in vain. Can this be close as the waste of 32 flats is causing lot of disturbance to the other residents in the vicinity. Krishna

Adavi Krishna said...

There is LANCER COLONY meant for OFFICERS QUARTERS in Secunderabad close to RAIL NILAYAM in SECUNDERABAD. All their drain water and waste are disclosed off to the public road which is causing huge nuisance. This matter has been complained to several Administative Officers in Rail Nilayam but in vain. Can this be close as the waste of 32 flats is causing lot of disturbance to the other residents in the vicinity. Krishna

Dharmesh Makwana said...

Since nov26th i am trying to get in touch with someone capable enough to help set up a toilet production unit, from the government side. Even an interest to know more about it is still missing. The concept is excellent & this will change the Toilet making it will be as easy if its by magic. The poor man will do it all by himself with no help required in matter of hour yes it will be more durable then regular toilets. Only Recognition for this & i will dedicate the concept to the Nation. Advantages of This toilet Easiest to Make.
1. Beautiful But Economical
2.Corruption Free as delivered directly to end user
3.Easy to maintain but Long life
4.Most suitable for Public & Rural India
5. Its an opportunity that will change the concept of Toilets in India.
6.Make in India & Made by India For World.
7. The whole world will ask for it.
Kindly Give me a chance For India!!!
dharmeshdmakwana@yahoo.com

Adavi Krishna said...

When OFFICERS Residential Quarters of SCR itself are causing nuisance by leaving water to the public road they must first stop spreading their own dirt before trying to pose them self for photos in newspapers - krishna please if one responsible officer of South Central Railway read my comment and take necessary action I shall be highly thankful to SCR.

kailash said...

sir how to complaint if anybody does dirty the roads and through garbage on roads

mohit kumar said...

sir my name is sachin kumar form delhi my address h.no-232, street.no-3, prem vihar , karawal nagar, delhi-110094, i want to inform to regarding Swachh Bharat Abhiyan my street is so tidy bcoz my neighbours has lot's of buffalo. so many mosquitos are generate in this street. please cheak out this street. so many people die in this street by mosquito. when then you responsive . you don't take a action. MCD ward no 265.

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When we ask questions about Eco-friendly people usually answering avoiding plastic bags, thrown wastes in dustbin, Eco-friendly toilets, avoid spitting in public areas, stop cutting trees and so forth. Apart from these there are certain small areas where we never think on, but are collectively very huge in terms of pollution. Yes, we never thought about Eco-friendly Invitations. Every year thousand of paper invitations are published and printed lying on cutting of several thousands of trees. Can't we avoid this. This is a age of electronic media, can't we accept invitations online through emails or there are various Online Wedding invitations available that not only Eco-friendly but are economical too. You can find details of such sites below

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Rupsha Mukherjee said...

We appreciate the initiative taken by the Hon. Prime Minister regarding this very important problem that plagues India. It is a powerful move to bring about a better tomorrow.
The main problem though is that a lot of people do not take cleanliness seriously.
I am a resident of bansdroni area in Kolkata. In front of our apartment, we have a deserted land under the Metro Railways in all likelihood. As the place remains deserted, it has turned into an open defecating and urinating ground for a lot of people. Recently some of the flat inmates questioned one such miscreant. Instead of being ashamed of his actions, he started threatening us and came and urinated on one of the exit gates of the apartment.
This has really disturbed all of us as raising a voice against such nuisance has led to this with people flouting every indecency in trying to prove themselves right.

Dharmesh said...

Since nov26th i am trying to get in touch with someone capable enough to help set up a toilet production unit, from the government side. Even an interest to know more about it is still missing. The concept is excellent & this will change the Toilet making it will be as easy if its by magic. The poor man will do it all by himself with no help required in matter of hour yes it will be more durable then regular toilets. Only Recognition for this & i will dedicate the concept to the Nation. Advantages of This toilet Easiest to Make.
1. Beautiful But Economical
2.Corruption Free as delivered directly to end user
3.Easy to maintain but Long life
4.Most suitable for Public & Rural India
5. Its an opportunity that will change the concept of Toilets in India.
6.Make in India & Made by India For World.
7. The whole world will ask for it.
Kindly Give me a chance For India!!!
dharmeshdmakwana@yahoo.com
27 December 2014 at 19:13

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INDIA TRADE CENTRE said...

DEAR SIR,
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PLEASE CIRCULATE IT AS NO MEDIA IS READY TO DO IT.

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S.Bharathi said...

First hats off to PM for this Clean India initiative...
The major success can be achieved if this cleanliness is fed to minds of everyone.
I am from CHENNAI. Chennai Central is the most important place where around lacs of people crossing everyday. But the way from chennai central to park Station became open toilet for most of the people and we can't avoid closing our nose while crossing. The govt can make some strict initiatives to control these sort of activities.
Hope we achieve our goal "CLEAN INDIA".

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1. गुरुद्वारा के पास डॉ. डी. के. बंसल के मकान की पूरब दिशा की गली में नालियों का पानी रस्ते में फैलता रहता है, जिसके कारन गन्दगी, कीचड, मच्छर बने रहते हैं .
2. क्यूंकि गली में एक माकन मालिक ने नालियां बंद कर राखी हैं. उसके घर का पानी और दूसरी जगह का पानी गली में आता है.
3. दूसरे मकान मालिक ने गली में लगभग २० फुट लम्बा और ५ फुट चौड़ा चबूतरा अनाधिकृत रूप से बना रखा है जिसके कारण चबूतरे के नीचे से निकलने वाली नाली बंद हो गयी है
4. आगे की तरफ सड़क पर मिटटी ऊँची होने के कारण बरसात और नालियों का पानी गली में भरा रहता है
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Aman Bajaj said...

Hi I am a 10th grade student, and I strongly believe that Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is the movement that is necessary for India. I would like to enclose my view on the same.

Can India do a Sweden?

If you have ever driven behind a garbage truck in Mumbai, you will know how frustratingly slow they are. Four hundred and thirty of these huge garbage trucks are deployed in Mumbai every day, and every day they gather a total of 6500 tonnes of waste. This waste goes to one of three garbage dumps in Mumbai, located in Deonar, Mulund and Kanjurmarg.

Of the waste that is produced in Mumbai, 54% is wet organic waste, 15% is dry organic waste, 19% is recyclable waste, and 12% is inert waste. Every single one of these categories of waste has the potential to be reused or recycled. Recyclable material consists of paper, plastic, etc. As the name suggests, this category of waste is fairly straightforward to reuse. Organic waste can be reused in the shape of biofuel as a form of energy, and could be used to power residences as a renewable energy source. Inert waste could be reused in construction and for other purposes.

To compare with some global examples - Sweden recycles 99% of its household waste in one way or the other. In 2012 alone, Sweden burned over 2 million tons of waste and converted it into energy. The 32 incineration plants that are present in Sweden produce heat for 810,000 households and electricity for 250,000 private houses.

In fact, Sweden has begun importing garbage because it does not have enough garbage to produce sufficient energy. This is the potential of the recycling of waste, which can be made possible by the segregation of waste.

To unlock this potential, it is necessary that the people in India separate their waste effectively and that, when collected, the waste is collected in separate compartments.

To highlight why there is an urgent need to that, we need to understand the seriousness of the situation. The Deonar dump, which is one of three waste dumps in Mumbai, has a mountain of waste up to 47 metres high, which creates both health and environmental issues. To highlight their problems, the residents around Deonar have founded an association known as the Smoke Affected Residents’ Forum (SARF). According to SARF, the health of at least 2.5 million people has been affected by the air pollution caused by the burning of garbage as well as toxic gases emanating from trash piled up at the Deonar dump.

To separate waste, it is important that the process begins in the household itself. The waste needs to be separated into organic and recyclable waste. The next step is for the waste to be collected into separate compartments in the garbage truck. Then, the waste needs to be sent to separate places and recycled in different ways.

Firstly, the organic waste can be sent to an incinerator in order to be burned to create biofuel. Secondly, the recyclable waste can be sent to factories where it can be reused or reshaped. Lastly, the inert waste can be sent to construction sites where it can be reused as construction material.

In order to solve the waste problem in India, it is vital that the citizens take steps towards a common goal, and one of the first steps necessary is the segregation of household trash. In order to put this plan into action, housing and the neighbourhood societies have to set down some dos and don’ts for waste segregation. The goal of this action is the shift towards a zero-waste system in India, where all of the waste produced is recycled. It’s a lofty goal, but it is very possible if small steps are taken towards achieving this goal.

Dr. Amar Nath Giri-NAGARJUNA-GROUP-NFCL said...

I Congratulate to our beloved PM HERE WE SHOULD TAKE INITIATIVE TO ASK ALL THE GOVT, NON GOVT ORGANIZATION TO EXPLORE THEIR ACTIVITIES OF EHSQ IT WILL TAKER TIME BUT IT WILL MAKE THE COUNTRY ON GREAT PATH OF INDIA DEVELOPMENT.
BY PUTTING INVITATION CAME FROM MINISTRY REQUEST TO ONE AN ALL TO COMPLY WITH HUMAN RIGHTS AND HUMAN DUTIES
http://dramarnathgiri.blogspot.in/2015/06/swachh-bharat-mission.html

Mahendranath Chowdary said...

I urge every shop shopping malls and each and big and small shops to maintain dust bins, so that customers which will make the people to maintain their surroundings clean.