Mission Clean Ganga: CRPF troops lead by example in cleaning holy river near Patna's Digha ghat
Updated On : 31 Oct 2017,02:27 PM
The para military forces of the country are second to none when it comes to discharging their duties for the motherland. Besides their core responsibility of checking and combating insurgents groups in the naxal affected areas, they come to the forefront in aiding the central and state government for augmenting their environment-friendly drives.
In one such incident reflecting their untiring devotion to the motherland, troops of CRPF's 47th battalion sector headquarter at Mokamaghat and 131 bn at Bojhpur, Patna put their heart and soul in cleaning the Ganges at areas close to the Digha Ghat in Patna.
The Centre under PM Modi's leadership has Clean Ganga mission as one of their major focal points in their governance agenda.
The defence forces of the country are once again setting examples for other citizens of the nation to emulate.
The National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG) is the implementation wing of National Ganga Council which was set up in October 2016 under the River Ganga (Rejuvenation, Protection and Management) Authorities order 2016.
The aim is to clean the Ganga and its tributaries in a comprehensive manner.
(With inputs from Rajnish Sinha)