STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: India has waged a war against plastics as it has now become a biggest threat to nature and humanity. JK Public School (JKPS) Panjtirthi also joined the drive against the use of plastic and organised a talk-cum-awareness programme on Swachh and Plastic Free Bharat. The Resource Person, Kewal Krishan Wadhera, a social activist said, “In order to ensure hygiene, it is very important to solve the problems of sanitation, and ensure proper waste management as clean, happy and healthy citizens form the bises of healthy and developed nation.” “The efforts of the government alone cannot reduce the use of plastic but we need to step up and take the challenge,” he said and he talked about the measures which a responsible citizen should follow to beat the plastic pollution. He interacted with the Jakians and highlighted the need to take steps to eliminate single-use plastic, conserve water, harness solar energy and protect flora and fauna for a sustainable future. Principal JKPS Panjtirthi, Suman Banbah said, “Proper hygiene and cleanliness has the capability to change the global perception about our nation and can attract more tourists every year which in turn will increase economy of India to a great level.” The students and staff also took an oath, “Environmental damage will be curtailed by reducing plastic use and judicial use of natural resources.” Wadhera distributed pamphlets which talked about the dangers of plastic waste and environmental pollution. Jakians carried placards to explain the need to save nature.
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