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Cleaning campaign kicks off in Dailekh

The Dailkeh cleaning campaign was launched after being inspired by the Bagmati Clean-Up Mega Campaign.

2021 Sep 15, 14:48, Kathmandu
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Dailekh Clean-Up Campaign has begun with the slogan ‘Two hours a week volunteering for the nation’.

Inaugurating the campaign on Tuesday, former Minister Kunti Kumari Shahi said the campaign was launched after being inspired by the Bagmati Clean-Up Mega Campaign.

On the occasion, Deputy-Mayor of Dailekh municipality, Sabitri Malla, Vice-Chairperson of Dailekhi Sewa Samaj, Mina Thapa, and Chairperson of Everest Club Dailekh, Deepak Shahi, among others had taken leadership of the cleanliness.

Board Member of High-Powered Committee for Integrated Development of the Bagmati Civilisation, Mala Kharel, told RSS that the Clean-Up Campaign has amply created public awareness urging one and all to keep dustbin at every shop and check garbage throwing in a haphazard manner.

The campaign would be continued on a weekly basis, it is announced. The municipality had helped the campaign by designating staffs with a tractor.

Sanitation awareness has spread across the nation after the onset of Bagmati Clean-Up Mega Campaign since May 19, 2013.


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