‘Cleanliness is next to Godliness’-Mahatma Gandhi

Every year lakhs of people which include children even infants, die or suffer due to lack of hygiene. Yes we are far more advanced financially and technologically, thanks to IT revolutions over the years, but looks like we are still lagging behind when it comes to cleanliness, even the basic ones. Many of our village households still don’t have toilets; much to distress of our women, parts of our streets are heaped with garbage of all sorts, plastic disposals rule our alleys, parks, tracks, everywhere, kids don’t bother to wash their hands before eating, mosquitoes, bacteria and other harmful insects breed joyously in drinking water, metros are chocked with smog; the unhygienic list is endless. This affects our physical health as well as mental health. With individual’s active participation, our civic bodies need to act promptly to make sure we are a healthy and CLEAN nation.


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