Will swacch bharat campaign succeed?
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riju said:Wed, July 26, 2017, 10:30:29 pm
now a days, there are so many pollution in environment. So need to cut down the limitation of pollution. we need to plant trees more & more. 1 Life= 1 Tree, we all know this thing. so in everywhere we need to plat trees as many as possible.
Varun said:Sun, June 11, 2017, 9:33:01 am
Swacch Bharat Abhiyan is a campaign by the Government of India with the motive to clean the streets, roads and infrastructure of the country's 4,041 towns and cities. The campaign was officially launched on 2nd Oct 2014 at Rajghat, New Delhi by Shri Narendra Modi. The objectives of Swacch Bhart are to reduce of eliminate open defecation through the construction of individual, cluster and community toilets. The government is aiming to achieve an Open-Defecation Free India by 2nd Oct 2019, the 150th anniversary of the birth of Mahatma Gandhi by constructing 12 million toilets in rural India, at a projected cost of Rs1.96 Lakh Crore.
. The government of India restructed the Comprehensive Rural Sanitation Programme on 1st April 1999. This was later renamed to Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan by PM Manmohan Singh.NBA was restrcucted by Cabinet approval on 24th Sep 2014. As of May 2015, 15 companie including TCS, Mahindra group and Rotary International have taken the initiative to build 3,195 new toilets The programme has received funds and technical supportfrom the World Bank, as a part of socialresponsibility initiatives. Swacch Bharat abhiyan is expected to cost over Rs620 Biillion. The Government provides an incentive of Rs15,000 for each toilet constructed by a BPL family.Government and the World Bank signed a US$1.5 billion loan agreement on 30 March 2016 for the Swachh Bharat Mission to support India's universal sanitation initiative.The World Bank will also provide a parallel $25 million in technical assistance to build the capacity of select states in implementing community-led behavioural change programmes targeting social norms to help ensure widespread usage of toilets by rural households.
The Ministry of Railways is planning to have the facility of cleaning on demand, clean bed-rolls from automatic laundries, bio-toilets, dustbins in all non-AC coaches.