Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Organisations create awareness on cleanliness

Various organisations, government departments and others created awareness on cleanliness by organising programmes, social work and cleanliness drives.
NYKS Nagaland: Nehru Yuva Kendra Sangathan (NYKS) Nagaland “Clean India 2.0” programme was launched by advisor, youth resources and sports, Er. Zale Neikha on October 1 at Kezoma village, wherein Er. Neikha appealed the people of Nagaland to promote cleanliness and reduce the use of Single Use Plastics (SUPs).
Zbto DEF social work: As a part of community policing and to reach out to public for a social cause, Zunheboto DEF under the initiative of SP Zunheboto, Khekali Y. Sema carried one day mass social work by maintaining a road stretch from Ghukiye to Shena village via Kandiniu on October 1. PHED conducts campaigns: As part of the “Swachhata Hi Seva” (cleanliness is service) campaign, the Public Health Engineering Department (PHED) Nagaland organised various programmes in Dimapur, Kiphire, Tuensang, Noklak and Shamator districts on the theme, “Visual cleanliness of villages”.
MM BJP Nagaland: Minority Morcha BJP Nagaland, Dimapur District and Dimapur Mandal 1-unit members on October 2 celebrated Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday and as part of “Seva Pakhwada” cleaned a road stretch from Dhobinala to PWD junction including the Jesus Memorial Tower at Midland.
DYON & JVSN: The Dimasa Youth Organization Nagaland (DYON) in collaboration with Jantati Vikash Samiti Nagaland (JVSN) organised a cleanliness drive at Kachari Rajbari, Dimapur on account of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. The cleanliness drive was initiated with the motive of adopting healthy sanitation practices and maintaining hygiene. Youths and students of 10 Dimasa Kachari villages along with members from JVSN participated at the cleanliness drive

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