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Shramdaan Team magnifies Swachh Bharat campaign to more than 100 cities this time

Last year, during the end days of November, the #Shramdaan team carried Swacch Bharat campaign across 35 cities of India. The initiative was also applauded by PM Modi on twitter:

The team is back with yet another magnificent example. Today, on 24th of January 2016, a cleaning campaign is organized in more than 100 cities across India with around 700 individuals participating in it. The following message spread by Whatsapp by the #Shramdaan team (in Hindi and English) received incredible responses within no time:

On 24 Jan 2016, citizens from many cities across India will be participating in , an honest effort to promote community participation in the noble endeavor of making our nation totally clean by 2019. 24 Jan also happens to be the National Girl Child Day, and what better way to observe this than dedicating few hours towards Shramdaan, discussion and creating awareness about cleanliness in the people. is a citizen initiative in which people come together to clean up public spaces thereby commanding a say in the way Clean India is being achieved. This is important considering the fact that no campaign will sustain in the long run without public participation. is not something new, as we have been doing this traditionally too. Everyone remembers the way people would come together in villages, colonies to clean up during festivals and other occasions. not only achieves cleanliness but also bonding between people for a cause of cleanliness that no one could be opposed to. We citizens were never this aware and energetic about working for a Clean India as now. This presents us with a never-before opportunity to rally people around the noble cause of cleanliness which we are attempting through Shramdaan. Imagine a population of 125+ crores and each one of them taking ownership of cleanliness!! Can there be a single corner in entire nation that will not be clean?? is an opportunity for everyone to claim their stake in cleanliness and command HOW CLEAN they want their surroundings to be.

To participate in Shramdaan ONE can do ANY or ALL of these:

  1. Initiate Shramdaan in your city and inspire others to join you in this noble effort.
  2. Join Shramdaan being initiated in your city and be an active part in this endeavour.
  3. Cleanup your workspace, house , kitchen, study by yourself and share your photographs on the tag on Twitter/Facebook or send them to Whatsapp number 8009559518 for others to get inspired.
  4. Initiate a debate, discussion wherever you are on “HOW TO ACHIEVE COMPLETE CLEANLINESS?” and send your inputs to shramdaanindia@gmail.com
  5. IF YOU CAN DO NONE OF THESE, Don’t worry, you can still help us – JUST WISH US LUCK!!
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Here are some of the pictures from today:

The initiative run by Shramdaan India team () is supported by hundreds of individuals and teams. Of many volunteers who dedicated lots of time and energy for the cause initiated by @temsutulaimsong and , some names include  from Mumbai, from Pune, from Mysore, from Guwahati, from Bangalore from Vizag from Jowai Team  from Varanasi, & team from Delhi at Gurgaon.

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