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स्वच्छता ही सेवा मामले में इंदौर देश में पहले स्‍थान पर, भोपाल को नौवां स्‍थान






Indore has got the number one position in the country in terms of cleanliness service. It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Urban Development conducted a survey in this regard from 11 September to 2 October.

The people of Indore have the highest participation across the country. Bhopal ranked ninth in this survey. The survey was conducted by the Ministry of Urban Development in 4327 cities of the country. Madhya Pradesh has only two cities among the top 20 cities.


It is noteworthy that Indore has been number one in terms of cleanliness for three consecutive times. Other cities of the country have also taken guidance from the officials of Indore to adopt the model of city cleanliness. Indore Municipal Commissioner Ashish Singh was also summoned to Delhi by Delhi MP Gautam Gambhir in a matter related to execution of waste.

It is noteworthy that many cities of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh came to the city in the past to adopt the cleaning model of Indore. Most of these cities liked the plan to make Indore free of garbage.

The cleaning system of Indore is such that till now officers from 200 cities across the country have come here. Even Agra, Meerut, Jaipur and some cities of Maharashtra have started cleaning on the lines of Indore.

It is worth mentioning that important decisions were taken at many levels to improve the sanitation system of Indore city, due to which Indore is ahead in many cleaning standards.


Organic manure is being made from waste in the city. Polythene has been banned. It is the effort of the Indore Municipal Corporation that the waste be disposed of on the spot. A campaign to clean the city by dusting the streets with machines at night in the city is also regularly carried out.

Won 12.50 Lakhs in KBC
Corporator Ashish Singh of Indore was invited to KBC for remarkable efforts in the field of cleanliness. He won 12.50 lakh rupees along with Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, head of Sulam International.

The corporation commissioner urged Dr. Pathak to invest the won amount to build toilets in Indore. Dr. Pathak accepted his request and announced that since Indore is the cleanest city in the country for three consecutive years, half the amount won will be spent for Indore.

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