The campaign ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ has become familiar with every street, road, small town, rural area and cities in India today. It was launched by our honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on Oct 2, 2014, to mark the 150th birth anniversary of the Father of Our Nation- Mahatma Gandhiji.
It is a mass cleanliness drive urging every citizen of India to keep the country clean putting focus on drinking water, sanitation and waste disposal.
Now, four years later this mission is still under process and getting incorporated in all the parts of India, be it a village or a city. And our Diamond city is not far behind in keeping track with the campaign. Surat, which figures in the list of top five cleanest cities of the country has made many efforts towards the cleanliness drive.
In Surat, we at Swapna Srushti Residency providing affordable residential flats, have taken various steps to ensure our society is well-maintained and kept clean. In addition to 2 BHK flats in budget prices, we also have ample amenities in our society like – lush green garden, clubhouse, health centre, indoor play area, temple, and citizen’s corner.
We pride on the fact that our society is following and practising the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ mission very passionately. Maintaining society cleanliness is every citizen’s duty. And at Swapna Srushti, all members are equally taking responsibility to keep it spotless and beautiful. We are also thankful to all our helpers who keep the society compound, parking area, garden and all other facilities spick and span.
Recently, as per the new rules, all members have now two dustbins in their homes – one for green waste and one for dry waste. This is a very beneficial step towards recycling of waste material. This is an important move in the direction of cleanliness. It is important that we use our resources in a smart way. Recycling and preventing waste is something everybody can do – from small homes to big societies.
The’ Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ is the most significant cleanliness campaign by the Government of India. We have already joined this movement, and taking all necessary actions to keep our residential township clean.
It is our duty to keep our surroundings tidy, throw waste properly in the dustbins, urinate only in toilet cubicles and not in the open, care for the plants and trees and hence promote a healthy and sustainable lifestyle.
So let us march together to bring about a positive change in our homes, society, city and our beloved Country!