Citizen in Senapati carry out cleanliness drive on Gandhi Jayanti day

“It is our responsibility to throw trash in its proper place and keep our town clean. And we as responsible citizens must be able to give awareness to the people, especially the younger generation to show concern and care for our environment and to live a better healthy tomorrow"

Senapati town today on Gandhi Jayanti carried out a mass social work through the joint initiative of Karong – Senapati Town Committee, Senapati District Students’ Association (SDSA), Indian Red Cross Society, Senapati, and Barak Heritage Foundation on Friday. The social work was carried out to make aware of the importance of cleanliness in the District with the motto, KEEP YOUR TOWN CLEAN AND GREEN.

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The cleanliness drive was also initiated so as to bring about and direct the duty of a responsible citizen in the district. Several groups of people also joint hands with the four bodies to make it a successful cleanliness event which took place from 6am till 9am.

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To support this cause, citizens, as such several shop keepers and vegetable vendors cleaned their respective areas; Senapati Police force led by the OC Nobly helped and assisted in the social work; furthermore, the people in various localities around the town contributed their time and sweat to show support by participating in such activities related to cleanliness in the district.

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“It is our responsibility to throw trash in its proper place and keep our town clean. And we as responsible citizens must be able to give awareness to the people, especially the younger generation to show concern and care for our environment and to live a better healthy tomorrow,” said SDSA President, Pung Mark S on the query of the cleanliness drive taken up.

“when our environment is clean, we feel healthy and it keeps us motivated to find happiness in little things”, he added.

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