महात्मा गांधी की 150वीं जयंती के उपलक्ष्य पर स्वच्छता संबंधी पहल के सुझाव

Cleanliness initiatives to mark Gandhi ji’s 150th Birth Anniversary
Last Date Jul 17,2015 04:15 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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महात्मा गांधी की 150वीं जयंती को स्वच्छता को ध्यान में रखते हुए मनाने ...

महात्मा गांधी की 150वीं जयंती को स्वच्छता को ध्यान में रखते हुए मनाने के लिए अपने विचार दें इस दिन को मनाने के लिए और किस तरह की नवीन पहल की जा सकती है?

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ashok sharma_11 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

मैंने इन बात को अच्छी तरह से समझ लिया की - सांसद प्रवेश वर्मा और इन DDA के अधिकारीयों की प्रधानमंत्री जी के स्वछ भारत अभियान मैं कोई रूचि नहीं है - पार्क मैं मल मूत्र बिखरा हुआ है - कोई सुननेवाला नहीं है

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Preeti Tahlani 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

I really appreciate this mission for making toilets to keep our locality clean but I would emphasize one more point that Indian style toilets must be preferred as compared to western style in all public places as they are much hygienic when used in public and also still many people in India don't know how to use western style toilet, so they are left unusable after a use. Also, in schools Indian style toilet is much more comfortable for small children.

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SANJAY GULATI_1 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

I think it can go a long way to create swachhta by creating toilet facilities alongside all the toll bridges in India. during our recent drive from Himachal to Delhi, we must have crossed about 5/6 toll bridges, and during this journey of about 7 Hrs., we must have made 2/3 convenience stops. For us men it was not difficult, but there was no option for the ladies with us. It could be made mandatory to have toilet facilities alongside all toll bridges, and toll could be increased by a 1/2 rupees.

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rahul rohidas datkhile 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

आदरणीय रेल्वे मंत्रीजी ,
अक्सर लोग ट्रेन मे खाणे क बाद कचरा नीचे या खिडकी से बहर दल देते है, अगर हर डीब्बे मे एक कुडे दान कि व्यवस्था हो तो बोहात अचा होगा

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Parichay Arora 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

dand maha dand. youth can be used as volunteers to fine people. they can make pocket money. and rest of the money can go to govt. which can be used for waste disposal.
ask them to just click picture while doing untidy things. they report to magistrate not police. e challan machines can be used. two advantage
a)they can earn and learn and contribute.
b)fear of heavy fine.
c)money for waste management.

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pratik kumar 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

i want thank our pm for starting swachh bharat and also i thank people of india they are doing wonderful job
but i have a concern i saw political and religous posters and banners and flag all over i would be better if can anything in this matter

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manoj dutta 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

All changes start from home. So parents need to inculcate habit of cleanliness both domestic and social. They must tell their children that roads are not dustbins where they can through garbage and spit.Moreover, if they do so they will have to suffer first in terms of health then in terms of bad social image. I strongly believe that schools can play a very important role in it by making cleanliness a part of curriculum till class 8th. This way awareness can be brought about at mass level.

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sumit jha_1 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

govt need to creat an private organisation in all cities and villages .organisation responsibility to take fine when they see anyone throwing any product that will be hammper for environment,salary of the organisation based on commision of the fine.

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Shubham Dhage 4 साल 7 महीने पहले

In fact one of the first studies on the economic losses caused by poor sanitation in India estimated it at Rs 2.4 trillion or $ 53.9 billion in 2006. It is much more than the foreign direct investments that flow into India each year or around half the annual remittances send by the millions of non resident Indians who swamp the globe. In fact the cost of poor hygiene for India would be as much as 6.4% of the GDP.