Lucknow: With the resolution of ‘bandhan cleanliness’, Principal Secretary Urban Development Amrit Abhijat and Director Urban Bodies Dr. Nitin Bansal gave the message of cleanliness by tying rakhi made of disposable items. Rakhi made of recycled material was also tied to Swachhta Heroes by women of self-help groups and Mahila Safai Mitras.
All these Rakhis have been made during the Swachh Pathshal campaign being run in educational institutions to make students and parents aware about cleanliness.
“Swachh Pathshala” campaign is being run by Swachh Bharat Mission Urban to improve the level of cleanliness, safety and quality of educational institutions, to make students and parents aware of cleanliness.
Under which the standards of cleanliness are being followed in the schools and education is being given to the students about the importance of cleanliness.
On the other hand, on the festival of Raksha Bandhan, the resolution of ‘Bandhan Swachhta’ and to make citizens aware of cleanliness, not to spread dirt around, boycott plastic and plastic products and tying rakhi prepared from disposable items and recycled materials to the society’s horizons. The work of spreading awareness has been done. On the occasion of this auspicious festival, Principal Secretary Urban Development Amrit Abhijat and Director Urban Body Dr. Nitin Bansal also gave the message of cleanliness by tying rakhi made of recycled items to the women of self-help groups. On the other hand, women cleaning friends have also given a message by tying rakhi to society heirs (police personnel, doctors, retired military personnel).
On the occasion of Raksha Bandhan, while making the citizens aware of cleanliness, a pledge was also taken not to litter around. Self-help group women and women cleaning friends encouraged to use cloth bags for grocery and other shopping use. Also told about the harmful consequences of using plastic. During this, awareness was also created on the issue of keeping twin wines (green for wet waste and blue for dry waste) and segregation of waste in homes, establishments and educational institutions.