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BHADARWAH: To create a sense of responsibility among the people and to join the ongoing Swachhta Hi Sewa Hai campaign, Bhadarwah Development Authority (BDA) organised a cleanliness drive under the supervision of CEO BDA Bal Krishan at Bhadarwah on Sunday, especially to make tourist spots free of garbage and dirt.The awareness cum cleanliness drive was organised in the premises of TRC Bhadarwah, which was aimed at to inculcate the sense of belonging among the masses especially locals and BDA staff to help in keeping the tourist spots clean, green and pollution free,which will be instrumental not only in increasing the inflow of visitors but they will also return satisfied.The pledge were also taken by all participants on maintaining cleanliness under Swachhta Hi Sewa Hai.The Safai Abhiyan was personally led by CEO BDA Bal Krishan, in which the participants sensitised the people not to throw the waste or garbage in the open but in the bins provided for the purpose.
Cleanliness drive being carried out at Salal Power Station.
KISHTWAR: P.K Langer-General Manager, Dulhasti Power Station along with Suresh Kumar-Chief Engineer, Dr. Nisha Sharma-CMO and other senior officers/employees started voluntary cleanliness drive from Chowgan, the famous public place of Kishtwar town. The personnel of CISF Unit Dulhasti and citizens also participated in this Swachhta Hi Sewa Hai drive launched by Prime Minister of India on the occasion of birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. To mobilise and give a message of awareness among masses an appeal to the employees was issued by the head of the power station to become part of this national campaign. To further spread the message and its implementation in the day to day life of the public the help of students of Govt. Girls Higher Secondary School, Kishtwar was also solicited after detailed discussion with the principal of the institution.
REASI: As a part of ‘Swachta Hi Seva’ campaign under the dynamic leadership of Himanshu Shekhar, General Manager, employees of Salal Power Station launched a massive cleanliness drive in village Bidda (Reasi) by involving the locals of the said village. M.G Ghai, Chief Engineer (Civil), Senior Officers of NHPC, employees, locals, women and children participated in the drive. During the Kar Seva, the locals and employees jointly cleaned away a large area around Bidda Baba Temple which bore a beautiful look after the drive. Residents of Bidda thanked Salal management for organising the programme in their village for making the masses aware about Swachta Hi Sewa campaign.
Officials and trainees of PTTI carrying out cleanliness at Railway Station Vijaypur.
VIJAYPUR: Staff and trainees of Police Technical Training Institute Vijaypur launched cleanliness drive at Railway Station Vijaypur under Swach Bharat Abhiyan. The cleanliness drive was conducted under the supervision of Rakesh Sambyal Dy.SP Indoor and Rajesh Kumar Inspector Reserve. While talking with Ashok Kumar SSP JKPS Principal PTTI said that this drive is being conducted under the guidance of district administration. He also said that police already initiates various steps under Civic Action Programme to improve police public relationship. The officers of civil administration and local police were also present on the occasion.
SAMBA: To carry the movement ‘Bharat Swachh Abhiyan ‘ahead, a cleanliness drive was launched at Railway Station Kalibari (Samba) by MLA Samba who inaugurated the drive in the presence of a large gathering drawn from different departments including those from Civil Defence Samba, DC Office Samba, Municipal Committee Samba and students of Govt High School Katli (Samba). Different teams were constituted to carry out the cleanliness drive of the Railway Station premises. Among those who carried the movement further and made it a success included ADDC Samba, BDO Samba, Tehsildar Samba, Executive Officer Municipal Committee Samba, Chief Warden Civil Defence Samba Daramvir Singh Sambyal along with his team comprising of Dy Chief Warden Sanjay Gupta, Div. Warden Raj Singh, Div. Warden Rajneesh Pargal, Post Warden Rajeshwer Singh Sambyal, Surinder Dubey, Naresh Amba along with Ajay Singh, Narsingh Dayal and many others.
DC Ravinder Kumar cleaning a drain at Udhampur.
UDHAMPUR: With an aim to contribute their bit in maintaining cleanliness in the district, various Government departments and organisations like Beopar Mandal, Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee joined hands and observed Shramdaan diwas under the fortnightly campaign ‘Swachhta hi Sewa’. A large number of local people also participated in various cleanliness drives. Led by District Development Commissioner, Ravinder Kumar , all the participants cleaned various water bodies including Bowlis and wells at Railway Station. Among others, ACD Om Prakash, CMO Dr. K.C Dogra, CEO MC Santosh Kotwal, DPO Sandeep Seointra, various district officers of different departments, representatives of Beopar Mandal and other local organisations participated in various cleanliness drives.Meanwhile members of Jammu Kashmir Ex-Services League (JKSEL) Udhampur unit led by President Dalvir Singh Bhutyal also launched the Swachta Abhiyan in Majalta. On the occasion League organised an awareness rally at Majalta also to create awareness among the people about ongoing drive.
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