Role various Ministries can play in Swachh Bharat

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Swachh Bharat Mission

Role various ministries can play in Swachh Bharat:

1. All ministries should make sure that their office premises and washrooms are spic and span
2. The ministries should adopt an area of 500 meters around their office complex and stay responsible for its cleanliness
3. Ministry of Industries should add norms of cleanliness within the project site and at least km around the site and employee's colony etc. for new industries
4. Ministry for Tourism should make sure that all tourist places are kept clean to give good impression to foreigners
5. Ministry of Public Works Department. To design Govt. townships with a view to enhance cleanliness habits
6. Ministry of Science & Technology should foster innovative ideas in fabrication of hygienic and low cost toilet
7. Ministry of Information & Broadcasting should continuously publicise the Swachh Bharat campaign on Radio, TV and other print media
8. Ministry Of Law should ensure implementation and compliance with punitive action against defaulters
9. Instruction about keeping the area clean should be sent by the Shipping Ministry to various major ports, shipyards, all maritime institutions, lighthouses, shipping companies and their offices, ancillary maritime industries etc.
10. Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare should work towards bringing in newer technology so that the burning of crop residue could be reduced.

List of Ministries

Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare
Ministry of AYUSH
Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers
Ministry of Civil Aviation
Ministry of Coal
Ministry of Commerce and Industry
Ministry of Communications
Ministry of Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution
Ministry of Corporate Affairs
Ministry of Culture
Ministry of Defence
Ministry of Development of North Eastern Region
Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation
Ministry of Earth Sciences
Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology
Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change
Ministry of External Affairs
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Food Processing Industries
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare
Ministry of Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises
Ministry of Home Affairs
Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation
Ministry of Human Resource Development
Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
Ministry of Labour and Employment
Ministry of Law and Justice
Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises
Ministry of Mines
Ministry of Minority Affairs
Ministry of New and Renewable Energy
Ministry of Panchayati Raj
Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas
Ministry of Power
Ministry of Railways
Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
Ministry of Rural Development
Ministry of Science and Technology
Ministry of Shipping
Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship
Ministry of Social Justice and Empowerment
Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation
Ministry of Steel
Ministry of Textiles
Ministry of Tourism
Ministry of Tribal Affairs
Ministry of Water Resources, River Development and Ganga Rejuvenation
Ministry of Women and Child Development
Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports more  

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There must be the Govt. guide lines to all the corporate houses/offices to ensue cleanliness around their premises by their own contribution and with local Govt bodies. In many places around corporate offices it is found shameful condition about cleanliness and nuisance by parking of vehicles on roads instead of within their premises. In Noida it is observed to be very bad situation. more  
Happy Neta-ji Jayanti to all. Jan 23. Ask the military how they keep things clean, camps, tents, buildings, toilets, ground everything. Learn from them and train every citizen. Especially the rich and the middle-class, generally, they are the main cause of garbage production, they need to cut down on it and keep their surroundings clean. Or millions will die from diseases. I heard Delhi is loaded with garbage now. Poor innocent children will suffer just because the grown-ups are idiots. more  
हमारी सेंट्रल गवर्नमेंट को कहो कि आप जो गांव में गरीबों को शौचालय के लिए 12 हजार देते हो उसकी जगह पर सभी को एक परिवार के लिए 1200 लीटर छमता का बायो- डाइजेस्टर दे। और सभी विभागों और नगर पालिकाओं को बोलो कि सभी के घर या ऑफिस में सेप्टिक टैंक की जगह बायो-डाइजेस्टर लगवाएं। यदि कोई अपने घर का नक्शा पास करवाने आये तो उसे हिंदी में समझा दें कि यदि आपके घर में जैविक शौचालय नहीं होगा तो नक्शा पास नहीं होगा। हमारी गवर्नमेंट जो भी पैसा शौचालय के नाम पर खर्च कर रही है वो बायो- डाइजेस्टर पर खर्च करे। हर एक नगर पालिका में सीवर ट्रीटमेंट प्लांट लगाने चाहिए। यदि ज्यादा समझाना हो तो मुझसे संपर्क कर सकते हैं। मेरा मोबाइल नम्बर 8009566140 है। बात कर सकते हैं। जय हिंद। more  
List is quite exhaustive. Major roles to be played are the Minstry of Urban Affairs and the local bodies. more  
this is each citizen responsibility keeping surrounding clean or report dirty places with cause more  
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