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Indian Army is sending the Message of Cleanliness and Swatchta to the nation from the rontiers of Kargil.Indian Army in collaboration with Degree College Kargil and ITI Kargil launched a Swatch Bharat Abhiyan in the Campuses of Degree College and ITI.
The Abhiyan was launched by DFO Kargil Khalid Amin Mehta while sweeping the premises along with the Staff of Degree College and ITI and the Students.
On the one Side Indian Army is facing Shelling and Cease fire violation along LOC and Border in other parts of Jammu and Kashmir which has also affected the people living in those areas, Indian Army is trying to propagate the message of cleanliness and Swatchta amongst the students of frontier district Kargil.
Khalid Amin Mehta while interacting with the students on this occasion told that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi has initiated a Campaign and dreamt for Clean India by 2019 which he alone cannot fullfill until we join hands with him in this noble cause.
He told that it is our responsibility to keep our surroundings clean and for doing so we have to allot a particular time slot once in a week during which we have clean our surroundings and in this way we can make our country clean.Representative of Indian Army on this occasion informed that they have started the mission which will be also organised at village level and the aim is to give the people particularly the youths a sense of responsibility towards cleanliness and to aware the people.
While talking to our correspondent most of the students appreciated the effort of the Indian Army for the cleanliness drive, and such event should be organized a village level also.
The students also told that Chukha Lyakhmo (River Cleanliness) initiative of the district Police Kargil was a great initiative which should be further encouraged to make the Banks of Suru River Clean at least along the Kargil Main Market.

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