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Why don’t we learn from our leader?

Wondering why dignitaries, politicians and bureaucrats, let their well advertised cleanliness drive end up a mere photo show? Their this exercise cements the dirt and filth in people mind instead of helping them be motivated to stay clean, said S.S. Bijral BJP state Spokesperson. Given the situation said one cannot escape the question ,”why don’t we learn from our leader”, with PM Narindera Modi giving the nation lead.

Bijral, former IGP, said if we recall what Jai Ram Romesh UPA Environment and Forest Minister had said in 2009 and what PM Narinder Modi did during his surprise inspection of a Delhi police station on October 2, 2014, we would know Bharat, our mother land, does not expect us , its children to play with her honour by holding broom in hands for publicity stunt little bothering about her deteriorating health.

Jai Ram Romesh had said,”Our cities are the dirtiest of the world. If there is a Noble Prize for dirt and filth India will win it in deed,” hitting national pride and ignoring to take corrective steps. Our PM Narindera Modi during his surprise visit took the broom and swept the scattered filth in police station premises advising staff there to keep area clean. The latter during his Independence Day address from Red Fort exhorted people to build toilets, end open defecation and join ‘Swachhata Abhiyan’ launched by the government.

Bijral asserting the need is for action, a coordinated one, by individuals and the agencies involved. Modi led this campaign by actually doing it as Prime Minister expecting of us all to take pride in mothering the nation and enthusiastically coming forward to build a “Swachh Bharat’ the dream of Mahatma Gandhi and Narindera Bhai Modi. He said considering our selves fortunate being led by a selfless committed PM Modi, we should at least not falter in learning from him.