Mathura: After big schemes like 'Swachh Bharat' and 'Har Ghar Jal', now the Prime Minister of the country Narendra Modi has taken the initiative to end the use of single-use plastic in the country. This mission has been started by Modi today in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh and during this time PM Modi spoke with the employees present there and has also helped them in sorting garbage.
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In fact, the thing is that Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived in Mathura on Wednesday to start several schemes related to the animal health fair, agriculture, and at the same time, the waste was introduced which was on the ground, on the road and on the road. Cow-buffalo or other animals etc. are eaten. A machine was also installed for this, in which single-use plastic can crush polyethene. At this time the work of sorting waste was going on by some employees in the pandal, in which plastic was being separated and other garbage was being sorted separately. The Prime Minister talked to the women present there, and during this time, he also started sifting garbage sitting on the ground.
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Prime Minister had appealed to the people not to use single-use plastic and to move forward towards a clean India. In this program, the program for the treatment of animals has been started and under this, the animals have to be vaccinated in the whole country.
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