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The country of India was once called the golden bird, known for its splendor and culture.  But due to change of time, our country was ruled by many external forces, which worsened the condition of our country.

 In our country, there is absolutely no attention given to cleanliness.  You must have seen that there is a big state or city or village or village or mohalla in our country - you will get garbage there too.

 One of the main reasons for the problems that hamper the development of our country is dirt, because of this people do not like to come to our country and due to which our country does not get so much fame.  For this, our country should be completely clean, many great men had dreams and tried to make them come true but for some reason they could not succeed.

 Even today only a few houses in our country have toilet facilities, even in villages people go out to defecate, due to which the dirt gets spread in the villages and talk about cities, there are toilets in the cities but there are others  There is a lot of dirt, such as waste from factories, garbage, dirty sewers and household waste which is found in such a large quantity on the roads that the roads of our country are not visible.  TI has just appeared just rubbish.

 Introduction to Swachh Bharat Abhiyan

 To make our country clean, the Government of India has come out with a new scheme, named 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan'.  Under this campaign, all the countrymen have been asked to join it.

 The campaign has been running officially since 1999. Earlier it was called Rural Sanitation Campaign, but on 1 April 2012, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh changed the scheme to the name of the scheme Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan and later the government reorganized it.  It was renamed as Total Sanitation Campaign.  It was approved by the Union Cabinet on 24 September 2014 as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan.

 Swachh Bharat Abhiyan launched

 The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was inaugurated by Hon'ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on 2 October 2014 on the occasion of the 145th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.  Addressing the public on Rajpath, he asked the nationalists to participate in the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and make it a success.  This is the biggest campaign in terms of cleanliness.  Because Gandhiji had a dream that our country should look as healthy and serene as that of foreign countries.  Keeping this in view, the Prime Minister started this campaign from Rajghat in Delhi on his birthday.

 Cleaning the country is not the sole responsibility of the scavengers,
 Do citizens have no role in this, we have to change this mindset.  (……………Narendra Modi)

 Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji had swept the streets in Valmiki township of Delhi to spread awareness about cleanliness among the people.  So that the people of the country should become aware that if the Prime Minister of our country can sweep the road to clean the country, then we also have to keep cleanliness around us to keep our country clean.

 Mahatma Gandhi's dream associated with clean India

 Mahatma Gandhi had dreamed of making India a clean and clean country.  In the context of his dream, Gandhiji said that cleanliness is more important than freedom because cleanliness is an essential part of healthy and peaceful life.  Mahatma Gandhiji was well aware of the poverty and filth of the country in his time, so he made many efforts to fulfill his dream but he could not succeed in it.  But unfortunately, India is far behind these two goals even after 72 years of independence.  If we talk about the statistics, there is still no toilet in the homes of all the people, that is why the Government of India is seriously trying to connect all the people of the country with the Swachh Bharat Mission to make this thinking of Bapu a reality.  So that it can be successful around the world.  The mission is to complete Bapu's 150th death anniversary (2 October 2019) from the date of its commencement.  To make this campaign successful, the government requested all the people to give only 100 hours of cleanliness in their surroundings and other places in a year.

 Clean India campaign objectives

 Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a national level campaign.  Prime Minister Modi has planned a 5-year plan to achieve the goal of the main objective of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, under which the goal of making our entire country clean.

 (1) The first objective of this campaign is that the corner of the country should be clean and tidy.

 (2) People should be prevented from defecating in the open.  Under which thousands of children die every year.

 (3) Toilets should be constructed in every city and rural areas of India.
 Every street and street in the town and village should be clean.

 (4) At least one garbage vessel must be installed in every street.

 (5) Construction of about 11 crore 11 lakh individual, group toilets, which will cost 1 lakh 34 thousand crores.

 (6) Changing the mindset of the people by using proper hygiene.

 (7) To promote toilet use and initiate public awareness.

 (8) By ensuring water supply in all houses, pipelines should be installed in villages by 2019 so that cleanliness is maintained.

 (9) Ensuring good management of solid and liquid waste through Gram Panchayat.

 (10) Keeping roads, pavements and settlements clean.

 (11) To create awareness about cleanliness through cleanliness.

 Need for Clean India Campaign

 Till this time, the mission of this mission should continue in India.  Physical, mental, social and intellectual welfare of the people of India have realized it is absolutely necessary.  This is to promote the social and economic condition of India in the true sense which can be started by bringing cleanliness everywhere.  Here are some points which show the need for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan -

 (1) There is no place in our country where garbage is not spread.  Every city, every village, every locality, every street of our India is full of garbage and filth.

 (2) Due to the lack of toilets in the villages of our country, people still go to the open defecation due to which dirt spreads everywhere and this dirt invites new diseases.

 (3) All the rivers and streams around us live in such a way as if garbage is flowing instead of water.

 (4) People from abroad rarely like to come to our country due to this garbage scourge and filth, which causes economic loss to our country.

 (5) Due to this waste, we as well as other living animals are also damaged and our earth is also polluted.

 (6) It is very important that every house in India has a toilet and there is a need to end the open defecation trend.

 (7) Recycling and reuse of municipal waste, safe disposal, and implementation of sewage management in a scientific manner.

 (8) To create global awareness among people living in rural areas and to connect general people with health.

 (9) To increase the share of private sector to develop sanitation facilities across India.

 (10) Making India clean and green.

 (11) To improve the quality of life in rural areas.

 (12) To make communities and Panchayati Raj Institutions aware of continuous cleanliness through health education programs.

 We and you are also responsible for this filth and garbage, because we, too, intentionally and unknowingly throw garbage anywhere.  Due to which garbage is spread everywhere in our country and with it our entire environment gets polluted.  This filth and garbage are increasing day by day.  Due to which many problems are arising, hence the need for Swachh Bharat Abhiyan under which our whole India can be seen clean and clear.

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