Swachch Bhaarat is the five-year campaign that our Prime Minister
Sri Narendra Modi started on 2nd October, 2014. We know that Gandhiji
wished that Indians learn hygiene and sanitation and practice them. We
must follow the principles of cleanliness to pay respects to our nation's
We, people of India are fighting many diseases and spending a lot on
health. If we follow a discipline then we can save that money. Our
country will appear beautiful and clean like on the cinema screen.
We should not litter around. We should collect garbage and
put it in designated bins on the streets. They will be cleared off by the
municipality. Many lazy people throw waste every where. This is not
right. Foreigners from advanced countries have a bad impression
about Indians and India, that it is dirty and harmful.
We should stop defecating and urinating in public. We
will have to build a lot of toilets in public places, schools and in houses
where they are missing. We should not let dirty water accumulate in
stinking canals and in small neglected areas. We should not pollute
riversides by littering and water bodies though release of industrial
waste. We must maintain our rooms and toilets clean to prevent harmful
mosquitoes and viruses from breeding.
If India becomes clean in houses and streets, then all people's health will be improved. Then India as a nation will benefit.