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Will swacch bharat campaign succeed?

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Vansh said:Tue, September 19, 2017, 1:38:47 am

Swachh Bharat campaign is very promising movement launched by Prime Minister of India S. Narendra Modi. It is quite clear that India is suffering from pollution at alarming rate and it is increasing day by day. Even in metropolitan cities, situation is dangerous. So realizing this problem, prime minister launched this movement to inculcate the sense of cleanliness in Indians. Under this movement, many campaigns are being launched at nation, state and district levels. Students are being encouraged to make their schools and colleges clean.

Since 2014, when this movement was launched, people living in villages and slum areas have realized the importance of toilets and bathrooms. So, no doubt this campaign is succeeding at a very good rate. Even many non governmental organizations have shown keen interest in this movement and they are encouraging people to follow it. Cleanliness and hygiene are being ignored by people living in backward areas especially. So this movement can bring good results if implemented well in future also.

One of the main objective of this campaign is to reduce the number of open toilets in backward and slum areas. There are many schemes available which can benefit people and give them compensation for building toilets in their house or society. Government institutes have also launched this campaign in which students are encouraged to start campus clean drive for cleaning their campus. It inculcates the sense of responsibility among them.

Swacch Bharat campaign is unique mission launched in India. According to the marvelous support by people, this campaign will surely success in less time.

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aka said:Tue, September 19, 2017, 1:38:19 am

Swacch Bharat campaign is a program to make a clean India. It is started by our honorable prime minister Shri Narendra Modi on 2nd October, 2014 in Rajhat New Delhi. It is a politics free campaign which is launched only to make a clean city. There are many plans present in this campaign like making latrines for individual families in rural areas, to make people aware about sanitary programs, clean roads,streets, offices, schools and colleges. It is promised that this campaign will be completed within 2nd October,2019.

After the completion of 67 years of independence India is still lack in cleanliness and sanitation. But after 2 years of this campaign a question is arising that will Swacch Bharat campaign succeed? Government should start advertising of this campaign in rural areas again. Government introduce many schemes but people are not aware about it. 25% of population in India lives below proverty level. Common people should take a serious step to make this campaign successful. They don't need to clean roads or streets. They just need to follow certain rules like we saw that people used to throw their household garbages in streets. Inspite of doing that if they throw it in specific place it is possible to make the locality clean. People need to take small steps and we can use social media as a platform to inform and influence others. People who are actively participating in this campaign shold upload videos and photos in social media.

Sanitation and cleanliness is more important than Independence and they are next to Godliness. Government should inform common people about benefits to live in a clean city. This is a marvelous program and with the support of common people it will  surely become successful in less time.

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riju said:Tue, September 19, 2017, 1:17:29 am

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.

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Varun said:Sun, September 17, 2017, 7:34:45 pm

    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.

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Danish said:Fri, September 15, 2017, 3:50:14 pm

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is also known as clean India mission or clean India drive. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a  national level campaign launched by the Indian government and initiated by our honourable prime minister Mr Narender Modi. It is a politics free campaign that was launched on 2nd October 2014 on the 125th birth anniversary of  Mahatma Gandhi at Rajghat, New Delhi. the main aim of Swachh Bharat abhiyan to make our india a clean nation. Many government and non-government organisation running awareness compaigning of cleanliness.  This campaign involved the construction of toilets, Promoting sanitation programmes in the rural areas.

It is one of the best initiate taken by the Indian government. It is the duty of each and every person who lives in India to make India neat and clean. Clean India mission or clean India drive was launched to make India pollution free because pollution is one of the emerging alarming situation for all over the world. People who live in rural area or slums areas must use close room i.e toilet. They should avoid to used to the toilet in open fields. If we all indian will take pledge to make our nation clean then definitely one-day whole India will be neat and clean an pollution free.

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raina said:Thu, September 7, 2017, 12:51:45 am

Swacch bharat campaign is also known as clean India program. It is politics free campaign to clean the cities,towns,rural areas of India and to make a clean India. This program is started by our honorable prime minister Narendra Modi on 2nd October 2014,the 145th birthday of Father of nation Mahatma Gandhi with a promise to clean and make new India within 2nd October,2019.  This campaign is launched to clean roads,streets, to make latrines in rural areas,to make people assure about sanitary program and many more plans are there. There was a huge participation from the normal people of the country.

Now more than 2 years have passed and obviously a question arises Will Swacch bharat campaign succeed or not. As we all know India is a developing counry and population of India is also quite large. More than 30% people of India lives below proverty level. They don't get sufficient food. They lives in the roads. We can't except cleanliness from these people. But if other 70% people takes this campaign seriously it is possible  to change.

I think common people should take this campaign very seriously. They don't need to clean the roads,streets, offices,schools and colleges. But they should start to clean their own house and the street infront of his house. I saw people to throw household garbage in the street. Inspite of doing that, if they dump it in the specific place it is possible to live in a clean locality. We all know cleanliness is next to Godliness.

Government should advertises the basic advantages of living in a clean city in rural areas. People who actively participating in this campaign can upload videos, photos in social media to inform others.  As Sanitation is more important than Independence , this campaign has to be successful.

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Abhishek kashyap said:Tue, September 5, 2017, 11:58:56 am

Swacch bharat campaing is a movement to clean India.It is launched by Sri Narandra modi prime minister of India on 2nd of Oct 2014 having the vision to make India clean as Father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi likes. The objective of this mission is to reduce the pollution on the street and also to reduce the open toilet in our country. 

Another main objective is to reduce the cost of free health treatment in the India. As we know in our country, most people having a health issue which is due to the pollution. By simply cleaning India 80% to 85% population of our country health status increased and this means, the government has the big cut in health expenditure. That's why Government of India come with many programs which is mainly targeting the clean India movement. In the 21st century our counter has so many houses without the proper toilet. Its hard to sound but it's true. That is why Government expending lots of money in making the toilet all across India. Education is also playing vital role in making any country clean. So many people in our country having lake of education that is why they are not thinking  toilet and pollution as a major problem. 

As we are the common people of India, we have the responsibility to make our country pollution free and clean. We know well that, this is not a easy task for the Government but if we make a commitment to help our Government it's very easy task. We only have to do that make our home and working place clean. And we see that after some time hole country is clean and than we proud to being a India. And this is the only way to succeed the swacch bharat campaign.

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Lalit chetia said:Mon, September 4, 2017, 4:42:52 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.

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Riju said:Wed, July 26, 2017, 10:27:15 pm

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