Amid political turmoil in the state, Arunachal Pradesh gears up for ‘Clean Arunachal Campaign’

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Itanagar, February 1: Following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of ‘Clean India’, the North eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh is all set for the ‘Clean Arunachal fortnight’ which starts today in twin Capital towns as well as in all the district headquarters. The state administration has made elaborate arrangements involving Municipalities, Market Committees, NGOs as well as citizens to ensure success of the programe.Governor of Arunachal Pradesh, JP Rajkhowa has already endorsed the programme, appealing the citizens to take part in the event to keep the state free from garbage. Chief Secretary, Ramesh Negi who flagged off the publicity van for the event has also appealed the participation of citizens, from all walks of life. Theravada Buddhist Society, Itanagar (TBS) has drawn up action plan to conduct social service during the Clean Arunachal Campaign.

Theravada Buddhist Society, Itanagar Chairman C M Longphong appealed to its members to attend the social service being conducted at TBS premises and its surroundings on February 6 from 9 am onward; and be a part of the noble initiative. He further urged the members to inculcate in themselves the habit of cleanliness, and make clean Arunachal campaign a success. The Society has also urged its member to participate in the cleanliness drive in their respective colony and zone during the fortnight.

Naharlagun Bazar Welfare Committee appealed to the business community of Naharlagun to co-operate and voluntarily participate in the cleanliness mission “My city, My pride, I’ll clean it” starting from February 1 -13 throughout the state. The Market Committee appealed to the business community, shop owners within Naharlagun Township to spare one member each from their shops, business establishments for the social service which will be held from 6 am to 7.30 am.

Further, it cautioned the vendors on footpath, vegetable markets within the township not to throw waste materials on the Highway. Trading licence of those vendors/shop owners whoever is found guilty of throwing garbage on the road will be cancelled or seized immediately, the committee warned. Meanwhile, Pachin Pare Multipurpose Co-operative Society (PPMCS) Limited, Doimukh Chairman Tana Hari stated that his Coop. Society will actively participate in the “Clean Arunachal Fortnight” by voluntarily donating 100 brooms.

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