Drabshallah residents suffer due to worse condition of foot-paths, streets

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By Fast Kashmir on 26/03/2019.

Drabshallah residents suffer due to worse condition of foot-paths, streets

Abid Hussain Wani

Doda, March 26: Garbage on foot paths and streets are now frequently being ignored at many places of Drabshalla tehsil of Chenab valley.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan or Swachh Bharat Mission is a nation-wide campaign in India for the period 2014 to 2019 that aims to clean up the streets, roads and infrastructure of India’s cities, towns, and rural areas. But everywhere the mission is being performed for advertisment only, in cctual fact is that no one is taking responsibility for clean India mission.

The primary questioning is on the administration who did not take any serious step which helps the mission to make its meaning successful permanently. However, people also face difficulties due to this garbage. Also, at some places the paths now been somewhat blocked but official from administration is not concerning about that.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a one of its kind programme launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti on 2 October 2014. Announcing that the campaign would run for five years, he said, “A clean India would be the best tribute India could pay to Mahatma Gandhi on his 150 birth anniversary in 2019”. Key ministries and departments of the central government are involved in the campaign in coordination with the state governments. Several companies in the private sector and corporate have also pledged their support. It is now the last 5th year of the campaign and the results are in front of everyone.

The main fault is of administration who didn’t make any seriousness on the SBM campaign. The campaign had it’s fruitfull aims which might be clean India if they were brought in action but the official kept sleeping in this regard. This will be now the failure of tribute to father of nation on his 150th birth anniversary.