Environment Ministry launches Harit Diwali, Swasth Diwali campaign

Posted on:23 Oct 2018 13:00:30
Environment Ministry launches Harit Diwali, Swasth Diwali campaign
23 October 2018 Current Affairs: This campaign was initiated in 2017-18 wherein a large number of school children especially from eco-clubs participated and took a pledge to minimize bursting of crackers and also discouraged the neighborhood and their friends from bursting of crackers. 

During this intensive campaign, the children were advised to celebrate Diwali in an environment-friendly manner by gifting plant sapling to their relatives and friends along with sweets, undertake cleaning of houses, neighbourhoods, schools, collect old books and unused notebooks gift to needy children, donate old warm clothing, blankets to night-shelters and other homeless people.
This campaign was initiated in 2017-18 wherein a large number of school children especially from eco-clubs participated and took a pledge to minimize bursting of crackers and also discouraged the neighborhood and their friends from bursting of crackers. 

During this intensive campaign, the children were advised to celebrate Diwali in an environment-friendly manner by gifting plant sapling to their relatives and friends along with sweets, undertake cleaning of houses, neighbourhoods, schools, collect old books and unused notebooks gift to needy children, donate old warm clothing, blankets to night-shelters and other homeless people.

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