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Towards a Cleaner India with MyGov

13 Jan 2015

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After successful launch of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan on 2nd October, 2014 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, citizens have been proactively contributing to MyGov by posting their cleanliness activities as well as sharing their experiences and ideas on various aspects of the Mission. Concerned citizens poured in a large number of suggestions and undertook tasks to initiate their first step towards making a Clean India. Some of the innovative action-worthy suggestions are mentioned below:-

1. VISHAL MAHAJAN: “How about launching a #Cleanindiachallenge? #Icebucketchallenge is trending on Facebook. It got necessary publicity when Bill Gates took it. He forwarded it to Ryan Seacrest, Chris Anderson and Elon Musk. I think PM Modiji should create a similar frenzy with cleaning a road for 30 minutes, without a fanfare and just a cameraman and upload his effort on Facebook. Then he should challenge Ratan Tataji, Barkha Datt and Nitin GadkariJi. This will display how serious Modiji is about cleanliness.”

2. SATYAVRAT CHARURVEDI: “An app that allows people to click and upload picture of unattended garbage and leaking sewage, the uploaded picture can be tagged to the location using maps or an address can be written. Google maps app can be used for it. This data can be provided to the municipal corporation and a time limit should be given to them to attend to it. An overall heat map of all complaints should be made available to help in planning, executing and scrutinizing waste management.”

3. BHOOMA KUMARI (In reference to : Help in improving the cleanliness standards by visiting a mid-day meal kitchen Task)”Compiled two reports on the mid-day meal kitchens in Tamil Nadu”

https://mygov.in/ sites/ default/files/ static_uploads/ 4be8b270f290de7 0fd094474d470c346 .pdf

https://mygov.in/ sites/ default/files/ static_uploads/ 5b1dc754d4e36c419 d4bb6d83c6ffc19. pdf

4. RAMPRASAD R (In reference to : Help in improving the cleanliness standards by visiting a mid-day meal kitchen Task) “Visited Akshaya Patra kitchen by Iskcon few months back, the sentence ‘cleanliness leads to godliness’ reflects here. The environment is so clean that you never find any unclean state, all members wear caps and mouth masks, outside members are strictly prohibited, the method of cooking is very systematic, and the food is static and has rich nutritional value, Akshaya Patra has an endless success story .there is security and taste check for every stock that is served, hope its implemented all over India.”

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5. ALOKESH SHARMA (In reference to : Help in improving the cleanliness standards by visiting a mid-day meal kitchen Task): “Visited a kitchen of a primary school in Anwarpura, Gujarat. I have attached a PDF file as my report. The report includes pictures, present scenario and suggestion.”

https://mygov.in/ sites/ default/files/ static_uploads/ a15d4be1decd0c a6211b7f362cabee75. pdf

6. DIPTI KOTHARI (In reference to identifying- Global best practices for cleaner and greener planet): “10 practices followed by Singapore.”

https://mygov.in/ sites/ default/files/ static_uploads/ e443b101fa731f02 7c362bd8da183203. pdf

7. BRIJESH RAJPUT (In reference to identifying- Global best practices for cleaner and greener planet): “I have been to Germany few times. I was impressed by their bin system of waste disposal. Attached pdf explains the different types of bins. These bins are placed almost everywhere and maintained very well. Also would like to mention the refund for recyclable bottles. Whenever you buy bottles 10-25 cents are charged which is refundable at any grocery store. They have dedicated stations outside grocery store for this. Attached are the pictures.”

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8. ANAGHA GHALWADKAR (In reference to identifying- Global best practices for cleaner and greener planet): “I am living in France from last one year, I am greatly impressed by some of the routine practices carefully followed by citizens as well as by government. I am sending some of these:”

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9. R KAMATH (In reference to identifying- Global best practices for cleaner and greener planet): “The task of identifying ‘10 Best Global Practices’ commonly followed abroad, which have made a difference in the living standards of their citizens & have improved their cleanliness standards, has been elaborated through a PPT presentation. All these practices can be followed in India and it has been presented how…! The main theme of the task has been, 10 BEST PRACTICES, 10 DIFFERENT LOCATIONS & 10 SLOGANS TO MAKE IT WORK IN INDIA, & TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE OUR INCREDIBLE INDIA CLEANER & GREENER!”

https://mygov.in/ sites/ default/files/ static_uploads/ 89227de80d5e44c 51084816c1cbd8f1e. pdf

You can also be a part of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan by visiting http://swachhbharat.mygov.in, post your cleanliness activities with ‘before’ and ‘after’ pictures and videos, share anecdotes and nominate friends and family members to create a long-lasting impact on the Mission.

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  • sandeep shukla - 4 years ago

    माननीय प्रधानमंत्री जी
    हम अपने मंदिर के पुजारियों को ये सिखाने में असफल रहे है की उनको अपने मंदिर परिसर में डस्टबिन भी रखनी चाहिए. पालीथीन में प्रसाद ला के चढाने वाले को रोकना चाहिए. एक चम्मच गंगा जल का सेवन हम सब को नियमित करना चाहिए. बच्चे के जन्मदिन पर उसे किसी नदी में स्नान करवानी चाहिए. छोटी नदियों में नौका विहार भी किया जाना चाहिए. बच्चों को उनके क्षेत्र की नदियों के दर्शन और उनको पाठ्य पुस्तकों में जोड़ा जाना चाहिए. जब तक नदी हमारे जीवन से जुड़ेगी नही तब तक नैया पार कैसे जाएगी

  • Jainam shah - 5 years ago

    Respected sir, I am suggesting that on civil session day all the civil employees should clean their area with their juniors and can make a cleaniness drive.

  • Balamurugan_7 - 5 years ago

    Keep Clean the Surrounding is important also reduce the wastage. Since day by day many metro cities the solid waste increasing. regarding this government should keep telling through the advertisement in television and radio on reduce waste and also rain water harvesting system should be implemented in every household also state govt not saving the water reservoir or cleaning it to save the water. Central should insist state gov on saving water for future needs to avoid Water War.

  • Balamurugan_7 - 5 years ago

    Dear Sir,

    Swachhbharat is not only for taking picture of cleaning by celebrities to post on social networks.
    I think Government should reach to the common people through advertisements in television and radio for which the television channel or radio should not get money for the advertisement. Corporate social responsibility. daily they telecast lots of advertisement which people watch so for countries concern they should telecast advertisement on clean India at peak times.

  • BOOSA SHASHIDAR - 5 years ago

    By cleaning only it’S not complete,in so many countries they are using different methods to use garbage buy not yet in India.When we utilize the garbage then only its aim completes. one of the great method is "land filling" method.
    We can observe in given below link.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0DxXm19qQvg

  • Anoop Kodakkal Puthiyaveedu - 5 years ago

    I suggest to make swachhbharat as a subject in our education. Not just a chapter under any subject but a subject called swachhbharat or any name you give it. That subject should teach the basic practices and behaviour that an indian citizen should follow. Right from 1st std to colleges this should be a compulasory subject and there should be exams as well like any other subject. There should be lessons how a indian should be.This will be the way to future.

  • Anoop Kodakkal Puthiyaveedu - 5 years ago

    I suggest to make swachhbharat as a subject in our education. Not just a chapter under any subject but a subject called swachhbharat or any name you give it. That subject should teach the basic practices and behaviour that an indian citizen should follow. Right from 1st std to colleges this should be a compulasory subject and there should be exams as well like any other subject. There should be lessons how a indian should be.This will be the way to future.

  • Sachin Sharma_6 - 5 years ago

    we should ban poly thin,plastic and pharmacol in whole india,which are not good for our environment, if we do it then i think, we clean 40-50% without doing anything. and a powerful law should be make against those people who are involve in this,if we do it successfully than most of our work will complete.

  • jagdish mishra - 5 years ago

    eliminating street dogs could be a major task to achieve this mission

    • Neerja Jha - 5 years ago

      Eliminating street dogs, pigs, cows and animal waste on the streets specially nearby all tourist attractions!! India looks so dirty. Most dirtiest tourist destinations. People look very uncivilized. No civic sense at all!! Need to bring awareness among people and put fine on everything!! No municipal works at all. During my visit to India recently , travelled to many states and places, India is not shining at all. Garbage and dust everywhere!! Delhi dream of making-world city is just a trash!!!

  • Vikash Kumar Dudi - 5 years ago

    My request to government that update our school education system and city/village system which will include programs for peoples to learn the habit of using a dustbin at school and tv Programs. we will fix the responsibility for all retailed departments. firstly we have improve the clearance of office conditions. there in no dustbin in govt places.jab kuch hoga hi nahi to peoples kase motivate ho sakte hai. every village and city ke har entry par clean ki ek badi add ho and fine system bhi ho

  • Vikash Kumar Dudi - 5 years ago

    My request to government that update our school education system and city/village system which will include programs for peoples to learn the habit of using a dustbin at school and tv Programs. we will fix the responsibility for all retailed departments. firstly we have improve the clearance of office conditions. there in no dustbin in govt places.jab kuch hoga hi nahi to peoples kase motivate ho sakte hai. every village and city ke har entry par clean ki ek badi add ho and fine system bhi ho