Mumbai City News
PM Modi’s ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ fostered competitors between cities to turn out to be the top-ranked ‘cleanest metropolis’, and has now turn out to be a driving power for ‘wholesome competitors amongst cities vying for city planning’.
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Mumbai City News Swachh Survekshan 2020
Swachh Survekshan was launched by the federal government to encourage citizen participation within the Swachh Bharat Mission.
The authorities lately introduced the outcomes of the annual survey of cleanliness – Swachh Survekshan 2020 – and Indore as soon as once more retained the highest spot because the cleanest metropolis of India.
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Daily sweeping of roads and streets guaranteeing zero unfold of stable waste; an efficient drainage system coupled with water harvesting of rainfall run-off; complete recycling of handled sewage ideally for irrigation and environment friendly stable waste administration system – Indore fulfills all these important parameters to get the cleanest metropolis crown.
The metropolis earned the badge for the fourth consecutive time.
Talking to information company PTI, Indore Municipal Corporation Commissioner Pratibha Pal stated on Wednesday, “We are confident that with the help of our hard-working sanitary workers, aware citizens and public representatives of Indore, we will secure first place in the cleanliness survey for the fourth consecutive time and our slogan of hitting a four in terms of cleanliness will turn out to be true.”
Gujarat’s Surat bagged the second spot, Maharashtra’s Navi Mumbai ranked third, and Varanasi was the adjudged the ‘best Ganga town’ within the central authorities’s cleanliness survey.
The fourth consecutive win!
Congratulations to all of the officers and residents of Indore for successful the Cleanest City Award in #SwachhSurvekshan2020.
Your steady zeal & enthusiasm to maintain your metropolis clear has turn out to be an inspiration for all.
Congratulations Indore! pic.twitter.com/4wulewXMHa
— Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (@MoHUA_India) August 20, 2020
Mumbai City News Cleanest City in India
“Congratulations to the people of Indore for achieving the first position in being India’s cleanest city in Swachh Survekshan 2020. The city has hit a four this time and surely will hit a six in the coming future,” Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, stated.
This is the fifth version of the survey that was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in January 2016. In the primary version of the survey, Mysuru had received the award for the cleanest metropolis of India.
The survey ranked 4,242 cities, 62 cantonment boards and 92 Ganga cities, which account for a inhabitants of roughly 1.87 crore individuals within the nation.
A complete of 1.9 crore residents throughout 4,242 cities of the nation participated within the survey held by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.