Dumka: A cleanliness program on ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ was organized by the Central Communication Bureau, Dumka, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Government of India in Sadar block of Dumka district. In this sequence, on the first day on Friday a special cleanliness campaign was organized in Government High School Karharbil, Dumka Vidyalaya.
On this occasion, banners and standees of ‘Swachhata Hi Seva’ were installed in the program premises. First of all, the Principal of Technical Assistant School of Unit K was honoured. First of all, the unit administered an oath on cleanliness among the students and all the teachers. After that the students conducted a cleaning campaign in the school premises.
MK Alam, Technical Assistant, said that nine years ago, Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi had given a clear message for cleanliness in 2014. In the 105th episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’, the Honorable Prime Minister has appealed to all citizens to collectively donate 1 hour for cleanliness on 01 October at 10:00 am, which will be a heartfelt tribute to Bapu on the eve of Gandhi Jayanti. .
Under this, cleanliness is service citizen portal https:// swachhatahiseva.com/ has also been created. On the occasion, school principal Sidhu Snehi Bharti said that Mahatma Gandhi’s dream was of a clean and developed country. Today, under the leadership of the Honorable Prime Minister, our country is adopting this cleanliness campaign and the common people are also actively participating in it. Therefore, we all will have to contribute towards cleanliness, only then our country, society, markets and schools will remain clean.
Senior teacher Suman Lata Marandi said that through the Swachhta Hi Seva campaign of the Government of India, we all will have to fulfill the resolve of Mahatma Gandhi by donating at least two hours a week i.e. 100 hours every