Country forgot Father of 'Swacchta Abhiyan', demands this from Government
Country forgot Father of 'Swacchta Abhiyan', demands this from Government

New Delhi: After the Modi government came to the centre, a big campaign for cleanliness was launched. The government announced October 2, that is, to celebrate Gandhi Jayanti as a day of cleanliness. This 2nd October marks the full five years of the 'Swachh Bharat Abhiyan'. However, the father of this campaign is called Sant Gadge has been forgotten. The Organization for International Cooperation following Sant Gadge organized a cleanliness awareness program in the capital here today and demanded the government to give due respect to Sant Gadge.

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National President of International Cooperation Organization Ajay Rajak started the cleanliness awareness program paying tribute to the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi. On this occasion, Ajay Rajak also asked to send a demand letter from the institution to the government, in which the name of the father of sanitation, Gadge, was asked to be linked with the cleanliness campaign.

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He told that "Sant Gadge was the first person in Indian history who not only made people aware of Swachh Bharat on a large scale but devoted his entire life to cleanliness. He used to clean himself first in whichever place or village he went for awareness. He also gave this message to the people that the environment around them should be kept clean without expecting help from the government staff or anyone else. Baba Saheb Bhimrao Ambedkar considered him his guru due to these and many such qualities of Gadge Baba. The institution started awarding cleanliness honours in his name from the central government".

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