Swachh Bharat Mission: Nagaland traffic police constable offers personal van for garbage collection

31 March 2017, 06:12 PM
Traffic cop Neingupe Marhu on his mission
Traffic cop Neingupe Marhu on his mission

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiative Swachh Bharat Mission has become a mission for many. A similar example put up by a traffic police constable, Neingupe Marhu, in Pfutsero of Nagaland.

The garbage collection vehicles were struggling with tyres, hence pile of garbage could be seen on the roads.  Instead making complaints, Marhu stood up to the occasion and offered his Maruti van to help the citizens.

His initiative and generosity could motivate several people across nation who can put least effort and bring change in their vicinity. 

Also Read: Over 100 open defecation free districts under Swachh Bharat in country, says PM Modi

 A few days back, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had launched a campaign #IAmNewIndia on the festive occasion of Holi.

The new campaign #IAmNewIndia is already trending on social media site Twitter. The campaign invites people from all walks of life to take pledge over a set of conditions.

Also Read: PM Narendra Modi launches #IAmNewIndia campaign, invites people to take pledge on many issues

First Published: Friday, March 31, 2017 05:57 PM
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