Delhi Government Advises Schools to Keep The Class Rooms Clean
Delhi Government warned to schools, if the classrooms are found dirty after December 10 then the government will take serious action against them. It is unsuitable to take students’ health in an unpremeditated manner.
According to the press Report, Deputy Chief Minister of, Manish Sisodia, said “A senior member of School Management Committee (SMC) teams will start the inspection of schools across the Delhi. An action taken report has already submitted in the school so if defaulters are found in any school then government will take some serious action against them.”
Schools have been advised to make hygiene drive a part of their official routine in their own campuses. Schools have been asked to upload this information on the “Swachhta” page on the department’s website. Union Urban Development Minister, M. Venkaiah Naidu and Delhi Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal, along with the three civic bodies, launched the “Swachchh Delhi Abhiyan”, setting aside the differences between them.
Government trying to remove garbage from streets, vacant lands and colonies. Government agencies received almost 38,000 complaints about the garbage but more than half of then remain unattended.
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