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|Saish Prabhudesai said: (Sep 15, 2018)|
|My personal view is the first step is to stop the use of plastic every individual should carry a cloth or eco-friendly bag while going out especially shopping purpose. I just want some small things from govt that is they should instruct companies to use eco-friendly packing material most of the product which available in d market use plastic material, such as rice bags, soap, biscuits, and some groceries bags. Even they should instruct beverages companies to take the beer bottles in return they should give a discount on new purchases after giving empty bottles.|
|Riya Singh said: (Sep 6, 2018)|
I am Riya Singh and now I am here in front of you to share my feelings that I want to say something about cleanliness.
Cleanliness is not our fundamental duty, it's our feeling to keep our country neat and clean for that we can say proudly "INDIA" is our country.
Let's take a pledge to keep our country clean that anyone can say that INDIA is our Country.
|Rishabh said: (Sep 1, 2018)|
|I think yes it is because we are the most responsible reason for dirtyness because of our behaviour. Because we want our house clean but not outside. So we have to clean every area of our surroundings.|
|Athikho Lohe said: (Aug 17, 2018)|
|I think the government is somehow responsible for instance govt are elected to take the citizens towards a brighter future so I guess they should form strict rules and regulations which will compel the citizens to fallow it.|
|Simona Mycle said: (Jul 16, 2018)|
|Citizens as well as government is equally responsible for the cleanliness of our country. Instead of blaming each other a strategy is needed to overcome this situation. If government takes a firm decision to put waste bins on every 1 km on the sidewalks and fines are given to citizens who doesn't put waste materials in the bins, the prevalent system will surely change. But it is also important that these wastes in the waste bins should be collected by municipality and dumped into the landfills or incenerated. People will have no choice other than keeping city clean.|
|Mahak Yadav said: (Feb 12, 2018)|
|As a citizen of India, it is our responsibility to keep our surroundings clean and green.
Not as a citizen but also it is our fundamental duty to clean our country. Also, it helps to keep our country clean and hygienic and when we keep our country there will be fewer diseases in the environment and decrease in global warming in the environment because of the more green plants.
Our planet Earth is known as the 'GREEN PLANET. ' It is the most beautiful planet in the whole Universe. The Greenery of this planet is like the Green Belt of the Earth. The development of this green belt is in our hands. We should keep our Earth clean and green.
So, it is our duty keep our city clean and green.
Thanks! I hope there is the use of this information for you.
|Sukhmanpreet Kaur said: (Jan 16, 2018)|
|Hi to all.
We should have been winning in our life then think about it we should clear our Earth or city. We should growing number of trees and say no to plastics. Day and day pollution is everywhere. We cannot breath properly. Earth clear and green.
|Princess said: (Jan 9, 2018)|
|Cleanliness is next to godliness refers to the importance of cleanliness in human life and its connection with purity of mind and body.
It is an essential part of healthy living. Hence, we all should join hands to make our cities and country clean and green.
|Piyush Jha said: (Dec 23, 2017)|
|There is not a single soul on earth who wants to live in dirty, messy, disgusting conditions all around the world. Have you ever wondered about this? The basic reason is that these places are a host to various diseases, breeding grounds to mosquitoes etc. And this results in worsening of their health.
While everyone desires to live in clean society the major question which arises here is that who is going to make a society dirt free and make it a healthy residence for people.
The very simple solution to the problem is that the people themselves are going to keep their society clean and turn a messy and dirty one to a clean and green area.
The consequences of not performing our duty regularly can be severe and we will have to pay a huge price. If proper steps are not taken, millions of lives are at stake and ultimately we all will be the sufferers of the crisis of the environment.
The Indian govt has very important role to play in this scenario by raising awareness among the people. The govt must offer stringent punishment for those who are offending the rules of nature and are polluting it directly or indirectly.
It has been rightly said by someone humans write their destiny themselves and it seems to be true in this case where people will ultimately be affected by their own mode of action towards nature. Therefore we must think and act towards environment and take efficient steps to clean it. Another section of population is the adolscents which has to take which have an active part in this mass campaign they must be channelised and guided properly to conserve our nature and mother earth and make it a safe place for our fellow countrymen to live in thank you ladies and gentlemen therefore we all responsible citizens of our nation must take an active part cleanliness of our nation for the sustainable development our economy.
|Shobhit Kumar Gupta said: (Dec 12, 2017)|
|Hello everyone, Cleanliness is not only the responsibility of Indian Citizens, it is the duty of every person exist in this world it doesn't matter he is Indian or Foreigner. If we keep our country clean then the progress takes place.|
|Jaideep said: (Nov 16, 2017)|
|Cleanliness is also responsibility of citizens and they should not blame others and firstly should take a stand for cleanliness.|
|Ankitha said: (Nov 5, 2017)|
|Yes, cleanliness is a fundamental responsibility of an Indian Citizen. We claim fundamental rights by birth. We use all the resources within the country as we grow for our own benefits but what are we giving back to our country?
Is it not our responsibility to give better society and place for future generations?
Though it is not included as a fundamental duty, we should perceive it as one of our duties and fulfill it.
|Shivani said: (Nov 3, 2017)|
|There is no use in blaming the government for everything. Actually the mistake lies on both the sides. First we should understand the importance of cleanliness. Only then we think about cleaning our house then automatically we will think about having our surroundings clean. Seeing our own big change will make the government to act serious about it.|
|Salvi said: (Nov 2, 2017)|
|"Clean person is not the one that runs away from dirt but one takes his time to clean the environment".|
|Khushi Sharma said: (Oct 24, 2017)|
|Of course, it not only depends on the government, we the people are the most important part of developing the nation and are contributions define a country. Until and unless we do not take the initiative, no force in the world will be able to arose us from the darkness of uncleanliness.|
|Amandeep Kour said: (Oct 22, 2017)|
|As we are fight for our fundamental right then why not for our duty like to clear our country.
Only the thing that we should have to do is to clear our own garbage and if every do the same. Our country will be worlds no 1 clean country. Soo do the change and feel the change.
|Yatika said: (Sep 30, 2017)|
|Everyone must be his own scavenger. This was the meaning of cleanliness for our father of nation Mr Mahatma Gandhi. Why wait for someone to come and pick up our waste. We should start little things to maintain cleanliness as it is rightly said little things makes a huge difference. This thought of MG should be adopted by every citizen.|
|Mayuri Birajdar said: (Sep 26, 2017)|
|Hello, As it is said, "Cleanliness is next to GODLINESS". Therefore it is the responsibility of every INDIAN citizen to keep our nation CLEAN.
We all keep our home neat and tidy.
But India our country is our home where we all live together and hence it is our responsibility to keep our home (India) clean.
|Iyssar said: (Sep 22, 2017)|
|We say everything should be done to restore the sanitation. But when it comes to ground level everybody says why me?|
|Rohini Sahota said: (Sep 14, 2017)|
|Yes, it is a fundamental responsibility of an Indian Citizen. Actually, I want to say one more thing, it is often seen in many people that they do not clean themselves, but rather blame the government for the mess. In those eyes, the government will come city and clean it? When Indian consider India as their home, can they not clean India like their home? Most people think that by lifting the garbage and throwing them in their inferiority complex, which is very wrong. We need to change this thinking.
"This India is our country,
It is like our house, as We clean our house,
Likewise, We have to clean the mess from our India".
|Rohini Sahota said: (Sep 14, 2017)|
|Yes, absolutely it is the responsibility of each and every Indian Citizen. I would like to say one more thing, actually, we say only, but we do not do this. Because sometimes our ego stops us to do. And we blame to government for increasing uncleanliness, rather it is our duty.|
|Shrutika Kamthe said: (Sep 14, 2017)|
|Yes. It's true cleanliness is a fundamental responsibility of citizens. To bring the change we have to work hard as Gandhiji had said that BE THE CHANGE THAT YOU WANT TO SEE IN. THE WORlD. We must keep our surrounding clean. As by blaming government we will get nothing. Respect our beloved pm narendra modi's swatch bharat abhiyan and I will surely contribute to this from my side.|
|Akshay said: (Sep 14, 2017)|
Cleanliness is the responsibility of each and every individual. "People should understand that cleanliness is the responsibility of citizens more than a gov. " Is said by L. K. Advani.
So, citizens should understand their responsibilities and keep INDIA clean.
|Gootam.Divyani said: (Sep 3, 2017)|
5. Throw away the garbage only in the bins. Do not dump them inside the home, or outside the home in the streets. Garbage is the most suitable place for breeding various annoying bugs.
6. To maintain hygiene at home, you must also clean yourself. Germs can enter your home by various means, and you may be the carrier of germs. So maintaining personal hygiene is also necessary.
|Lakshay said: (Sep 2, 2017)|
|Cleanliness although not mentioned in the constitution as a fundamental duty should be a moral fundamental duty for every Indian. How we keep our surroundings reflect how we are from inside, so to project a good image of our country we should keep our surroundings clean. This should not be the case but even if anybody doesn't get motivated to keep surroundings clean for projecting a good image of our country, at least he should care about himself because clean surrounding is also equivalent to the healthy surrounding.|
|Senorita said: (Aug 27, 2017)|
|Wherever we see garbage we must report to the nearest available channel so that it can be brought to the notice of all people (a simple awareness program in channels).
Also if we c garbages open lying we can either cover it or call the BBMP or add fines for every dry and wet and sanitary wastes.
|Senorita said: (Aug 27, 2017)|
|Wherever we see any garbage we must report to the nearest available media so that it can be brought to the notice of all citizens (an awareness program in channels).
And if there are any garbages seen around it can be also brought into notice by paying fines.
|Uttara said: (Aug 23, 2017)|
|Hello, everyone. My view on this topic is that meaintaining cleaniness is not only fundamental responsibility for indians but everyone all over the world. How we keep us how we maintain ourselves and the surroundings define us. But in a country, like India where cleanliness was not a predominant agenda of its citizens, it is more vital for Indians to now act seriously to clean our nation and receive accolades and praises from foreigners who visit our country for a short span. This little things make huge differences. They leave good expression about our country our united effort to keep our nation clean. Mahatma gandhi was a fond of cleanliness but it was unfortunate that he himself couldnot witness a garbage free India. But our beloved pm mr narendra modi has given us a task as swachh bharat. Open defication is a bane to india's progress. While we boast of our satellite missions rural population dun even have a proper toilet in their homes. So we all should aware people about the good effects of hygiene and we ourselves should not make dart on roads by spitting on walls or throwing garbages here and there. With initiative NEW INDIA BY 2022 let us all vow together for a clean society a clean India. Thank you.|
|Srushti Gaisamudre said: (Aug 18, 2017)|
|In my opinion, the best recourse for this would be self-help. If each person took care of their immediate environment there would not really be a need for others to care for our cleanliness.|
|Pabitra Pran Kuli said: (Jul 30, 2017)|
|In order to lead a healthy and hygienic life cleanliness is one the most important aspects that should be inculcated in our daily life. We should motivate ourself to cleanliness in order to radiate it to our sorroundings as it is the need of the hour. Most of the diseases in India are causes of our dirty and unhygienic sorroundings. The government has taken a good initiative through swach bharat abhiyan. But most importantly it should motivate the citizens to follow a cleanliness routine. Or we can say that cleanliness should be fundamental responsibility of every citizen.|
|Divya said: (Jul 20, 2017)|
|India is our country and we should keep it clean as we keep our home clean. Our prime minister has introduced a mission named swach bharth abhiyan. In India, many people litter the places, splits on the road etc. Not only this we should always motivate others also to follow the same as it is said by modi Ji "sabka sath sabka vikash". If we see in India many people split on the roads but nobody says anything they keep quiet whereas in the foreign countries if they split on the roads they have to pay fine.|
|Payal said: (Jul 7, 2017)|
|Yes, in my opinion, it must be the fundamental duty of every citizen. To keep the whole city clean every individual should make the daily routine to make his/her surrounding clean. Like our prime minister, Modi has taken an initiative of Swachh Bharat Mission to make India clean we should take initiative to make our surrounding clean so that the whole nation can be clean. Not only this we should always motivate others also to follow the same as it is said by Modi Ji "Sabka Sath Sabka Vikash".|
|Koel Jana said: (Jul 6, 2017)|
|Every mother or family should teach their children how to keep surroundings their clean, where to throw garbage etc. If a kid will gets to know about all these things from the beginning he/she will definitely follow these things when he/she will grow up.|
|Ishaanpreet Singh said: (Jul 3, 2017)|
|1. We can use two dustbins green/blue.
2. We can grow more than more trees. And not cut trees.
3. We can not throw dust on streets.
4. I and we see dust anywhere we and I call streets cleaners to clean those place.
|Vidhi said: (Jun 14, 2017)|
|According to my opinion, cleanliness is just not considered as a responsibility it needs to be considered as our daily routine work which we did every day and should be added in our life as our necessary part of life. To inculcate this habit we have to think not for own selves it also includes our surroundings, our neighbours and each and every person and convey them that cleanliness can provide us with a healthy life, a clean environment and a safe future. So we should take this initiative as ahead as our coming generations also follow and acquire this as an essential habit of their life.|
|Nam said: (Jun 11, 2017)|
|According to my point of view, Cleanliness is the responsibility of every Indian citizen and every tries to avoid the use of plastic bags because plastic bags take 1000 year to decompose in the environment. It would not good for the land. I think first we start cleanliness from us avoiding plastic bags use cloth bags and start to use dustbin and don't throw garbage on road.|
|Dhyana Parmar said: (Jun 7, 2017)|
|We should react as good citizens and throw wastes in dustbins. And don't use Polly bags because it takes 1000s of years to dispose instead of it we can use cloth bags. And another point is to reuse things. By this points, our city will not turn into a dump yard.|
|Pratichi Nayak said: (Jun 3, 2017)|
|According to me both the government and the citizens of INDIA should work together to make INDIA an ETOPIAN COUNTRY, where cleanliness prevails.
I support PM MODI, for his decision to start"SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN".
|Anom said: (May 30, 2017)|
|I think that government should start cleanliness from a small place and we should all help the government.|
|Pallavi said: (May 25, 2017)|
|Yes, I agree in cleanliness. Well, if a family can keep their house clean then why not altogether as a society we're called keep our country clean. Narendra Modi sir may have started this programme called SWACHHA BHARATH ABHIYAN. This programme is just a programme but this is meant for each and every citizen. It's his right to clean his country. If he spots anyone spoiling the country, he can file a complaint and even punish him.|
|Aditya said: (May 9, 2017)|
According to me, the government should first take initiative in cleanliness as workers of municipal cop are not daily in their work. I think first it should start from the government.
|Aadrika said: (May 8, 2017)|
|I am in favour of this topic as swachch bharat abhiyaan is not solely the responsibility of government but of each and every citizen. If people don't contribute in it then will not be able to accomplish our mission. Government Alone can't do anything. It needs our help!|
|Veer said: (Apr 9, 2017)|
|According to my Point Of View, not Only India We should Clean each and every single place where we live this is the thing that makes us different from Animals.
Animals can not think can not clean that place where they live But God gives us the ability to think and clean our place where we live.
|Paragati Kasaudhan said: (Jan 28, 2017)|
|Yes, I am also with this as and I am favouring this because India is as like our house which must be clean at any cost and it's a responsibility of all of use living in this diversity of India.|
|Mpal said: (Jan 22, 2017)|
|India is the beautiful country its scenic beauty is its symbol we are blessed with it but only thing we lack is to maintain our scenic beauty. We are no behind with any developed country in terms of anything and it's not too late.|
|Pragati Singh said: (Jan 12, 2017)|
|I have specially selected this topic because of much importance of it in our daily lives. Actually, the means of cleanliness is the complete absence of dirt, dust, stains, and bad smells at home, working places or surrounding areas. The most important purpose of maintaining cleanliness is to get health, beauty, remove offensive odor as well as avoid the spread of dirt and contaminants. We clean our teeth, clothes, body, hair on daily basis in order to get freshness and achieving cleanliness.
We use variety of products and water to clean different things accordingly. What we see with our eyes is that cleaning helps us to remove dirt and bad odor. However, what we do not see with our eyes is that cleaning also removes harmful microorganisms (like bacteria, virus, fungus, algae, etc) from the things. It keeps us healthy and away from variety of diseases especially caused by the harmful microorganisms. According to the germ theory of disease, cleaning means the total absence of germs. In some industrial processes, it requires exceptional cleanliness which is achieved especially in the clean rooms. Presence of dirt and bad odor may decrease the power of our immune system.
Commonly, there are two types of cleanliness, one is physical cleanliness and another is internal cleanliness. Physical cleanliness keeps us clean from outside and gives us feeling of wellbeing with confidence. However, internal cleanliness keeps us mentally peaceful and away from anxiety. Internal cleanliness means a mind absence of dirty, bad and negative thinking. Keeping the heart, body and mind clean and peaceful is the complete cleanliness. However, we also need to keep clean our surrounding areas so that we can live in a healthy and clean environment. It will keep us away from the epidemic diseases and give us the feeling of social wellbeing.
There is a very old saying that "cleanliness is next to godliness". It is well said by the John Wesley. Cleanliness should be given a priority in all the homes from the childhood so that a little one can practice it as a habit and can be benefitted all through the life. Cleanliness is like a good habit which not only benefits a person, however; it benefits the family, society and country and thus whole planet. It can be developed at any age, however, best to practice it from the childhood. I, as a child requesting to all the parents that please help your kids to practice this habit as it is you who can give this country a good citizen.
|Dipesh Kushwaha said: (Jan 10, 2017)|
|According to my opinion, we have to make our India clean before that we must clean our mind and heart truly. Because unless you're able to work in a team, you'll always perform below par.|
|Mayank said: (Jan 9, 2017)|
|We all are human beings it is our responsibility to keep India clean, if we all start a process to clean India I can say with my power that no-one can stop India for being the cleaniest country in the world.|
|Jagat Khayer said: (Jan 9, 2017)|
|India is our country our home and we should keep it clean as we all know cleanliness is next to godliness so not only Indians but each and every human being should inculcate the habit of cleaning his/her surroundings. Which in turns will give us a healthy and clean environment to live on to enjoy.
|Rajender Kumar said: (Jan 6, 2017)|
|I thing that we have to do that we have to clean the environment without thinking that what is happened if we clean the environment because if everyone thinks that then nature is clean automatically.|
|V.Koushik said: (Dec 26, 2016)|
|The responsibility of the citizens and municipality because they can do their help to clean the country or their state.|
|Arun Singh said: (Dec 21, 2016)|
|Yes, it is very true guys. Everybody wants to live in cleanliness but nobody wants to clean. It is the duty of every human being on this earth. Most of the diseases have been spreading just because of dirtiness. Pollution is increasing. It is not the thing that we can force other to make clean. Cleanliness comes from self-involvement. It is we who can earth dirt free. Each and every person have to take it as a challenge. It will automatically dirt free and we don't need to start any campaign related to it. The only thing that we need to educate the people that's why they can take responsibility for it. Thankyou.|
|Sania Ali said: (Dec 21, 2016)|
According to my opinion if all citizen of the country works together for development and welfare of the people.
Then only our country will clean and hygienic.
I only say you all to work for natural evergreen reign and become responsible!
|Pradeep said: (Dec 20, 2016)|
We live in a place where educated people making mess & uneducated was cleaning those mess.
Education is paper knowledge, nothing worth in it.
|Anupam Das said: (Dec 18, 2016)|
|According to my opinion, cleanliness is not a duty of Indian citizen, its a duty of every human being. Humans are most powerfull and beautiful gift of god and god give us the opportunity to clean ourself, so if everyone following his duty about cleanliness then it should be very easy to achieve a cleanliness world or planet in short time.|
|Sneha said: (Nov 29, 2016)|
|Hi, this is Sneha.
I think that to say that cleanliness is a fundamental responsibility of an Indian citizen first we have to do our own duties and then the work is sad to be a responsibility.
|Keerthana said: (Nov 24, 2016)|
|Hi! I am Keerthana.
According to my opinion, cleanliness is nothing but not throwing any waste in surrounding. If we don't throw any waste then there will be no need of cleaning them.
|Tahir Khan said: (Nov 21, 2016)|
I am in BGSBU in Rajouri J&K. In our university, we all conduct Swach Bharat Mission and we all clean our university campus, which is full of garbage. So all of us request to the people to clean their house, schools, office, streets or roads because cleanliness is our basic responsibility. If we wear clean, eat clean then why we not clean our environment in which we may live. So I request to all to clean our earth so all living things can survive.
|Manjula said: (Nov 8, 2016)|
|Yes, I agree. My opinion is that firstly, we should pollute the society from an illegal thing or bad thing that is happening to us which is not visible.|
|Guru Borkar said: (Nov 7, 2016)|
|For a population of 1.2 billion people, the govt must put into service, many more garbage pick up trucks & personnel, more frequently, and implement a plan for disposing of the garbage. The govt's tangible inputs are pathetic- we pay adequate taxes for these services, but the allocated funds are "diverted": The govt should be held to account otherwise the best efforts of the citizens will be wasted.|
|Yukti said: (Nov 4, 2016)|
Yes, cleanliness is a fundamental responsibility of an Indian citizen. Everyone should be part of Swatch Bharath Abhiyan and encourage other people also because cleanliness helps us to stay healthy and our mind is clean. There is some different environment around us which makes us think positive thoughts. Cleanliness is very important in our life.
|Avinash Kalkekar said: (Oct 26, 2016)|
|Hi, I am Avinash Kalkekar.
Many people are just concerned about their rights and forget about their duties. Recent swatch Bharat mission was an attempt to make us all recall the value of cleanliness. Not only will cleanliness help in keeping us healthy but it will help in beautifying our cities and country thus attracting, even more, tourist, eventually earning greater foreign exchange for our nation. So, cleanliness is most important for everyone. That's why we have supposed to keep clean our surrounding area. Becaz if we ignore this.
|S.Singaravelu said: (Oct 26, 2016)|
|Cleanliness is a most important, so all days clean our surrounding and college or school on own people think, so all Indian people is this plan as think, so Indian society is really clean.|
|Madhu said: (Oct 25, 2016)|
|It is completely well said that cleanliness is the true responsibility of we Indians who call India as our mom and are been all over the world as pollution making people.
Steps like Swachha Bharat mission is really a very good step towards making our mother India look clean and beautiful.
|Keshav said: (Oct 3, 2016)|
|It is a very bad news for boys to hear. You will be shocked to know that 55% of dirtiness is spread by boys, gents. People use to split on the streets, buildings etc. We generally use to ignore those things but these are the things which should not be ignored. If people will stop doing this, India will really become clean, not fully but at least 50%. So, I request all my friends, citizens to stop doing this and make India a clean country.
|Ritesh Singh said: (Oct 2, 2016)|
|I am in the favor of this topic that Cleanliness is a Fundamental Responsibility of an Indian Citizen.
Cleanliness is a basic requirement or basic need of our regular life. I feel so happy because our Prime-Minister takes the step on the cleanliness of India.
Somehow we are famous in the world for our dirtiness. The people who are from the other world they are laughing.
So it's a big big matter of our country that we all have to think about our country. Because it's our country and this country is like our home. So please everyone take a step on this issue and everyone try nodage other-one.
Just for the sometimes close your eyes and think that you are moving out off from your home and you can see that each and every place neat and clean then how will you feel.
I think everyone feels that everyone in the home of GOD.
|Nitesh said: (Sep 26, 2016)|
|I think it is not done by only one's effort every people of India do effort on it to make a clean India.|
|Njodzela Emma said: (Sep 26, 2016)|
|Cleaning up our environment is very important because it reduces global warming. It is good to encourage others to be clean and keep their surrounding clean.|
|Candice said: (Sep 25, 2016)|
|Hi, it's Candice.
Cleanliness is the act of keeping our health good.
According to everyone we should not collect and burn plastics and polythene papers.
|Piyush Mishra said: (Sep 22, 2016)|
|Yes, It is our responsibility to clean our surrounding.|
|Prajay Shet said: (Sep 21, 2016)|
|Cleanliness is the most important in our lifetime. In Bhagavad Gita and even in Quran they describe cleanliness.|
|Apratim said: (Sep 14, 2016)|
|No matter how much we blame the government, at the end of the day, it is us, the people of India who are going to suffer from the state of the country. Keeping the country clean is not just having spotless streets. There are a lot of other important factors. As a citizen of India, we must pledge to NOT litter the streets, keep our localities clean [not following this step has killed millions], use and maintain clean toilets [most Indians of slums and rural India don't follow this].
Educating the lower class is also needed. This whole process will take a lot of effort but to bring a change this is what must be done.
|Deepak Patil said: (Aug 31, 2016)|
|Cleanliness is any day a paramount responsibility of every citizen in the country. It is very important to keep our area hygienic as well as of others. Talking about government's stance on this activity- now a days Cleanliness has been identified as an on of the focus areas of government of India and it can be witnessed through the prevalent scheme launched by NDA government namely Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Since its launch it has been progressing very well. Government has asked to every individual to fig out his/her 100 hours in an year in order to contribute towards Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. So ultimately I would like to say It has been a remarkable breakthrough India has ever witnessed in terms of Cleanliness.|
|Shreya said: (Aug 29, 2016)|
|I think to clean our surroundings is not a bad thing. This is beneficial for us as we'll not suffer from any disease.|
|Dhruv said: (Aug 23, 2016)|
According to the leader of BJP L. K Advani we should clean our surroundings as well as public places.
We should not litter anywhere in the remote areas also and in the public area also.
|Pushap Raj said: (Aug 23, 2016)|
|My point is that a cleanliness is the most important and every citizen have a responsible for cleaning our India.|
|Aditya Diwate said: (Aug 12, 2016)|
|Cleanliness is the most important and moral duty of all citizen cleanliness is next to foodline.
This cleanliness was started by our P.M.Narendra Modi they said this cleanliness in the form of Swatch Bharat Abhiyan which is started on the path of mahatma Gandi.
This Swatch Bharat Abhiyan was started on 2nd October 2014 and are prime minister Narendra Modi said that this will end on 150 birthday of Mahatma Gandhi.
I would likely to say please clean own street don't clean public places if every person cleans his surrounding it is very sufficient.
|Sakshi Tonger said: (Aug 12, 2016)|
|Cleanliness of India and our society is really so good and every citizen should do that as we clean our homes we should also keep our environment clean. I love my India.|
|Anonymous said: (Jul 26, 2016)|
|Hi! Participating in Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan doesn't mean just to take a broom and clean some dry waste and be happy that you cleaned India. No, it's not just that, there is more to it. Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan is a pledge we need to take.
Pledge for us : Recently our PM Mr. Narendra Modi launched "Swachh Bharat Abhiyaan" by himself sweeping streets in Delhi. I know most of us, including myself are not going to participate in sweeping of public places (Though I should and I will try to). But still, we can contribute and bring change and make India clean. So please let us join with me and commit.
I, as a responsible citizen of India commit that I will not throw any garbage/wastage on road & street. I will throw garbage only in dustbin or location provided for same.
|Hrushikesh Agasti said: (Jul 26, 2016)|
|From my point of view, Cleanliness should be included as fundamental duty in the constitution of India.|
|Simran said: (Jul 26, 2016)|
|I think we all should contribute towards a clean and green India.|
|Srishti said: (Jul 17, 2016)|
|Cleanliness is next to godliness. Most of us are unhelpful in keeping our surrounding clean. There are heaps of garbage everywhere. We all are bearing a brunt of this. It causes many diseases. We must create awareness among people to keep our surrounding clean. There must be efficient sewerages.|
|Fuddu said: (Jul 9, 2016)|
|Cleanliness is one of the biggest issues in our country. Government take actions on cleanliness but the public still spit and throw garbage. Resources are deplenishing and we should think about the world, global warming is increasing due to which ice is melting. Well, we should care about our surroundings.|
|Anonymous said: (Jul 4, 2016)|
In the post everyone has posted their views about how cleanliness is a necessity and how essential it is for us the people of India, I really like the views the people have.
I would also like to suggest that government to make an App or a portal where people can post the pictures of the people who dirty their surrounding by throwing garbage and rubbish in not designated places, the people who are caught should be fined and the people who post them and give details like picture of the person or the car number of the people who throw garbage out of their car while driving etc should be rewarded with a certain percentage of money the guilty person was fined of and the rest goes to the people who work to keep our streets clean.
I hope it sounds like a good idea.
|Prasad said: (Jun 23, 2016)|
Cleanliness is the most important in our life. There is a great proverb "cleanliness is next to godliness ", it means every human being will worshipers of god in the, either way, followers of cleanliness.
In Bhagavad Gita and even in Quran they describe cleanliness.
Our honourable prime minister Mr. Narendra Modi had started swatch Bharath mission this is the biggest dream of Mahatma Gandhi.
|Medhanshi said: (May 30, 2016)|
|We the citizens of INDIA have to pledge that we will never throw garbage on the road, rivers, parks, etc. We only throw garbage on the dustbins kept the side of the roads.
This is not a long essay but these words are my feelings for MY INDIA and the Indian CITIZENS.
If every citizen were doing this OUR INDIA BECOME CLEAN INDIA.
|Aruna Bisht said: (May 25, 2016)|
|To make clean and want to live in clean atmosphere first thing to do is initiate or take the step of self.|
|Sabhyata Chaurasia said: (May 14, 2016)|
My name is Sabhyata Chaurasia and I am from St. Mary's convent school, Sonatalab.
I want to share something about clean India green India which was launched by our P. M. Narendra Modi on 2 October 2014 and he said that it will be completed on the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi on 2 October 2019. We should thanks to our P. M. That he had taken so good steps for cleaning India. We should also understand our responsibility to maintain our environment clean and hygienic. At last, I want to say that if our P. M. And big people can clean our environment then why not you and me.
JAI HIND JAI BHARAT.
|Kashi said: (May 10, 2016)|
|Modern life "from the pocket to the office" is an assault course of germs and viruses thanks to greasy touch screens and dirty keyboards. Do we know that a working adult touches as many as 30 objects which may be contaminated by germs or viruses causing infectious disease? Germs know no season, and while there's nothing worse than a nasty case of the influenza over vacation, a summer cold or stomach bug comes in a close second and third.
The proverb "cleanliness is next to Godliness" outlines the importance of the habit of cleanliness in our life. Cleanliness is a fundamentals virtue and next to godliness. The proverb highlights two things:
1. The most important activity of human life is worshiping God.
2. The next important thing is cleanliness, i.e., the state of being clean.
Cleanliness is also regarded as a sign of spiritual growth and purity. It is a good habit to keep our surroundings and ourselves clean and tidy. Some nations like India attach the utmost importance to cleanliness. India has started Clean India ("Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" One step towards cleanliness) mission for the same.
The 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan' is a massive mass movement that seeks to create a Clean India. The time has come to devote ourselves towards 'Swachchhata' (cleanliness) of our motherland. It is launched as a responsibility of the each and every Indian citizen to make this country a Swachh country. This campaign has initiated people globally towards the cleanliness. The aim of the mission is to cover all the rural and urban areas of the country to present this country as an ideal country before the world. The mission has targeted aims like eliminating the open defecation, converting insanitary toilets into pour flush toilets, eradicating manual scavenging, complete disposal and reuse of solid and liquid wastes, bringing behavioural changes to people and motivate health practices, spreading cleanliness awareness among people, strengthening the cleanliness systems in the urban and rural areas as well as creating user friendly environment for all private sectors interested for investing in India for cleanliness maintenance.
Responsible employers know that office cleanliness has a direct link to workplace illnesses and go to the extra mile to ensure that their employees work spaces are clean and healthy. They know that one sick employee can infect an entire office, dramatically affecting the productivity and efficiency of their business. Providing a clean office environment is a key component of running an effective organization. Cleanliness is important for a company's brand persona and client perception, but it also has a major role to play for employee health and well-being and can directly influence productivity through the prevention of absences from work.
Germs thrive anywhere people congregate, so the office environment is a veritable breeding ground for illness-causing bacteria and viruses. Studies have found as many as 25,000 germs per square inch on an office telephone and a desk, computer keyboard and mouse aren't far behind. One of the facts finding is one person carrying a virus will infect 50% of all equipment & employees in their vicinity in just four hours. We carry germs with us, whatever we do, we are spreading them. Since our hands are responsible for the spread of 80% of common infectious diseases, effective hand hygiene continues to be universally recognized as the smartest, most cost effective means of infection control in the workplace. Office bathrooms, not surprisingly, are also high on the list of germy places. One way to guard our employees' health and minimize their chances of getting sick is to provide workstation bottles of hand sanitizer, antibacterial wipes for keyboards and phones, and antibacterial soap.
Encourage our workers to use them often. One of the best ways to get rid of bacteria on office desks is to wipe the surface clean each day with a disinfecting spray.
The conclusion one can draw here is that efficiency of a person or a society is directly proportional to his or its extent of cleanliness. Cleanliness ensures a healthy mind and body, thus leading to a Swachh society. It improves the quality of our life. A clean person appreciates his life completely and preserves sparkling humanity for coming generations.
|Uzef said: (May 8, 2016)|
|Completely agree that its the fundamental responsibility of citizen to maintain cleanliness but its not about only Indian citizen, yeah off course Indian citizens need to be more cautious about this but it should be responsibility of every human kind because most of the diseases spread due to unhygienic atmosphere we live in and and to be safe from this disease we should take some initiatives and must take responsibility.
Like nowadays swine flu has destroyed lives of many families, peoples died due to this so, its the responsibility of every human kind. Thank you. Many slogans are given by the people but do they do it. Many thoughts are given, but do they do it. Our father of nation, Mahatma Gandhiji's and our PM Narendra modi was and is to have a clean India, so let them promise neat India, clean India. We cannot say that govt is not cooperative to the people as they provide us many dustbins, and also organised some organisations, it depends upon our use of it.
According to me I think "Cleanliness is Next to Godliness" Actually what does this proverb mean? We know how much importance is given to godliness in our day to day life, so just after godliness, cleanliness should be given the priority.
|Varun Pandey said: (Apr 19, 2016)|
Just a few CAN and SHOULD do's for fellow compatriots:
1. Just keep the wrappers/bottles during travelling/driving/walking in your pockets or bags instead of throwing it wildly in public places and later use dustbins.
2. Use only public washrooms to take a piss or wait till you reach a suitable place. (even when you're shit drunk).
3. Never spit in public places. (because it's super gross).
Do these three steps, that's pretty much all we need to do to help maintain cleanliness from our sides!
Long Live India!
|Neeraj said: (Mar 20, 2016)|
|Hi, I am Neeraj.
First of all, I would like to thank you all for this created thing!
Actually, if we really wish to clean our nation so first of all we have to make a setup of our mind for it because it is obvious that whenever we want to do something so first we make our guideline and according to that guideline we take further steps one by one so likewise if we complete this taken task so we should leave our procrastination first thing we can do something.
There are many ways through which bad things come, we should make all those clean so that all those bad things never come in front of us. I mean we should add this activity, in our work routine so that we can not apply delayed on it because whenever we do it then we face this kind of bad things.
|Parag Soni said: (Mar 18, 2016)|
|Completely agree that its the fundamental responsibility of citizen to maintain cleanliness but its not about only Indian citizen, yeah off course Indian citizens need to be more cautious about this but it should be responsibility of every human kind because most of the diseases spread due to unhygienic atmosphere we live in and and to be safe from this disease we should take some initiatives and must take responsibility. Like nowadays swine flu has destroyed lives of many families, peoples died due to this so, its the responsibility of every human kind. Thank you.|
|Mayuri Panda said: (Feb 13, 2016)|
Many friends in this GD suggested that to clean India, first step is to clean our home as if we clean our home then our society will automatically clean, but how. Suppose we clean our home collect all debris and through all these debris to outside with out thinking its proper disposal.
Secondly cleanness does not mean just to clean all solid wastes or wastes products, it means to clean our society from Pollution such as air pollution, water pollution, earth (soil) pollution, to save our earth from global warming or ice melting.
So we should give focus on plantation and one of the most important "How to reuse waste product".
|Akash Jain said: (Feb 2, 2016)|
|If we keep India clean not only our family many people and their family can be saved. Many diseases can be stopped as many types of pollution like air pollution, water pollution, land pollution, noise pollution. These pollution is causing diseases like asthma, lung cancer etc.
Many slogans are given by the people but do they do it. Many thoughts are given, but do they do it. Our father of nation, Mahatma Gandhiji's and our PM Narendra modi was and is to have a clean India, so let them promise neat India, clean India.
|Shweta said: (Jan 10, 2016)|
|It is rightly said that charity begins at home so one should first clean their house and by doing that he can contribute a lot towards cleaning the entire nation.|
|Liayqat Ali said: (Dec 25, 2015)|
|I think if we want to make our country clean firstly we have to clean our home when we clean our home the whole society will be clean automatically when society is clean it means village is clean when village is clean then city is clean when cities are clean then our country is clean.|
|Tahzeeb Khan said: (Oct 26, 2015)|
|Hi I am Tahzeeb Khan.
We all are people, and we always live like a people not a animals. So please remain clean our country and society. Because Clean India was the dream of MAHATMA GANDHI but the quantity of garbage tells us how much we could complete the dream of our nation father.
|Chandni said: (Oct 23, 2015)|
I am Chandni from Uttrakhand. Actually I want to ask a question from you people that if you can't keep your home clean than how can you keep your environment and surrounding clean? I am strongly against of this as people normally say that they respect nature but at last what they do, they themselves illegally throw garbage in front of neighbor's house.
We cannot say that govt is not cooperative to the people as they provide us many dustbins, and also organised some organisations, it depends upon our use of it.
|Rajat Nigam said: (Oct 22, 2015)|
|Clean India was the dream of Mahatma Gandhi but the quantity of garbage tells us how much we could complete the dream of our nation father. In the modern era where most of the persons are educated, they know the importance of cleanliness and they also know it is a responsibility of everyone but in reality they have no time to think all of these things.
Persons are so busy in their life that they don't take any necessary steps to overcome this. Its our habit to blame others but in actually changes happen when real work is done not just by dreaming or thinking so not just by advertising this problem can be solved. Its our problem so we have to take steps for removing it.
Cleanliness is a Fundamental Responsibility of an Indian Citizen
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