Here is an Elephant inspired by PM Modi’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan!

The video of an elephant picking up trash and putting it in the bin is a Must-Watch for today

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The viral video where Elephant is seen cleaning the park. Twitter

July 12, 2017: The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a Government of India initiative to accelerate the efforts of cleanliness and sanitation. The mission was launched on October 2, 2014.

Anybody from India who has traveled abroad to a developed nation knows how dirty the country’s streets were at one point of time and how one idea of making India clean has brought a revolution. Earlier, we have seen viral pictures shared on social media of the political rallies and campaigns which leave behind waste and rubbish on the streets when their work is done.

ALSO WATCH:  The video shared on Twitter shows an elephant cleaning the garbage lying around him at a resort in South Africa.

According to some bureaucracies and administrations, this government scheme like Swachh Bharat is bound to fail. They have the notion that any money funded to such a scheme will go more towards individual pockets than the actual community development and progress.

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Former Chairman of Press Council of India, Markandey Katju explains, “India is only partially industrialized, and hence the feudal backward mindsets in people still persist. Almost everything is polluted, from the air ( as in Delhi ) to water to foodstuffs. Without water filters, boiling etc, it is not possible to drink water anywhere; it could make you sick.”

He concludes that corruption is inevitable in a society like India where industrialization process is not complete.

While many people have ignored such a positive message for the Nation’s cleanliness, it looks like the animals are literally playing the role of good citizens in carrying out this campaign. The video of an elephant trying to clean his surroundings should perhaps just inspire us to actually listen to the policy of the government.

prepared by Saksham Narula of NewsGram. Twitter: @Saksham2393


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