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This circle brings together all citizens who want a Clean India. Through this circle, citizens will be able to share cleanliness initiatives, challenges, successes at a National Level as well as learn about best practices from each other. Members will also be able to give collective inputs to Ministry of Urban Development on an ongoing basis.

Soon, members of this circle will have access to their local constituency circle on Swachh Bharat connecting them with fellow local residents and enabling them to organize/participate in clean up drives in their neighborhood/city.

Together, let us make it a SWACHH BHARAT! more  

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Youth Hostels Association of India organised "Keep Kerala Beaches Clean 2014" more  
First the consciousness of Keeping the environment clean has to be taught to every Indian. Introduction from schools about cleanliness of environment should be included in the syllabus.
Everyone must ask 'Why' about cleanliness and finally to decide the time which is difficult for any working person to manage. more  
Since my childhood I have seen the making of so many slums in my areas which I suppose is vote bank politics. These slum people should be rehabilitated or sent back from which ever part of India they have come. I would say the same for the whole of Mumbai. The topics of Slum Dwellers and encroaching of land should be solved as quickly as possible, for us to create a CLEANER Mumbai.Apart from BJP all the parties should come forward to do this job peacefully. Even the local police should give a helping hand without the interference of any politician. more  
Firstly of all ,we have to think, why one is throwing garbage or used product on road instead of dustbin? There are no dustbins at all by the road and Indians can't keep their garbage with them for long. We find dustbin only in gardens and as a result we find gardens beautiful. So, I believe that at very first step GOI (Govt of India) should install covered dustbin at every lane, street, Road(gap 100-500 meter). All these dustbin should be maintained by workers everyday. There should be a strict penalty on public if they don't throw their used packets or garbage in dustbin. At regulator body's worker should check if people are using dustbins or not. I not then she/ he has to pay penalty to workers. more  
The mission to clean India is to be started from the younger generation, So that some projects has to be designed and implemented among the LKG, UKG Students on words. Then the project will be carried out through the young ones to the next Generations. Then only the vision will be fruitful and be useful to the country. Therefor I here suggest some initiative through the kids play which may keep a signature on their mind to keep the environment neat and clean for a healthy future life. more  
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