‘Clean India Campaign’
While the Clean India Campaign seemed very ambitious, the reality is far from the truth, as India still suffers from an ever-growing garbage problem, about which neither the government nor the citizens are doing anything significant.
Recent surveys have shown that the quality of waste management, garbage disposal, general sanitation and cleanliness remains poor across India, even though the Clean India Campaign has collected taxes from the citizens but failed to show any significant results. The problem lies in the government’s inability to manage funds and raise public awareness, and also in the people’s attitude towards cleanliness. As students, we should actively participate in cleanliness drives and encourage everyone to join in. People should use the public facilities to dispose waste and try to keep their surroundings as clean as possible. This way, the Clean India Campaign will truly become a success.
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