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Mr KJariwala will try his best to hide the corrupted money but the overfilled the pot of his own sin will be broken one day and the day is not too far. He come into the limelight because of illegal money and illegal activities and the end also will be appropriate one. Watch and wait for the miserable end of an overenthusiastic cunning person. A jackal cannot be the rival of true patriot lion like honorable Modiji. There is a proverb in Hindi " लकडी खुद लकडी के वजन से ही टूट जाती है " more  
At present idea of swachh Delhi resting on the shelf like unnoticed or waste files. Mr K Jariwala is extremely busy to protect him from the bombardment from Kapil Mishra. Whole Delhi Parliament is worried for the existence of the party then who will think over or free for the burning problems of Delhi? more  
I am a resident of Perumbakkam, closer to OMR, Chennai. Day by day the garbage cleaning is becoming worse to worst. They clear once in 7-10 days and instead of keeping garbage bins in each street, a street which has larger width as a dumpming point by collection through tri cycles. It is high time we demand hygienic environment and demand local administration to be responsive to ensure Clean India by starting from home first. Under clean India mission, Govt. of India can distribute one bin each to each street to dump garbage and directly augment local administration with infrastructure to see really clean india at village level.. more  
No point in blaming people urinating on roads. Most of roads in Bangalore doesn't have public toilets. Government who intends to build steel bridge spending cores of tax payers money should allocate funds for E toilets in every Street so that, public urinating can be controlled. Plastic bags are being used even after the ban . Please ensure the ban on the manufacturer level. more  
Two teenage girls campaigned to ban the use of plastic bags in Bali and now Bali is plastic free. Perhaps we can learn and be inspired from this and many other stories around the world. Please watch the (free) TED talk @ TED.com and circulate the link to family, friends and students. http://www.ted.com/talks/melati_and_isabel_wijsen_our_campaign_to_ban_plastic_bags_in_bali more  
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