Sagar (Madhya Pradesh): City Commissioner RP Ahirwar advises women on how to make manure from household waste to keep the city clean as part of Cleanliness Survey-2022.
Its goal is to ensure the participation of women in maintaining the cleanliness of the city.
According to Ahirwar, women are taught to make manure so that they can train other women.
As part of this program, the brand ambassador of the 2022 cleanliness survey Mahesh Tiwari Vichar Sanstha organized a camp in the Tilakganj district.
On behalf of the organization, Akhilesh Somaiya under the aegis of the municipal corporation held the women’s self-help group workshop.
Tiwari, an environmentalist, gave advice to the women on how to make manure from the peels of fruits and vegetables.
Somaiya urged workshop participants to encourage women to separate wet garbage from dry garbage and hand it over to garbage collection personnel.
At the workshop, all the women took an oath to keep the city clean.
Residents donate clothes, utensils
The townspeople participate in various campaigns including Neki ki Diwar and Kabad Se Judag launched by the City Commissioner RP Ahirwar.
Those who participated in the campaign were social worker Gopal Prabhat, Arvind Hardikar, Sailesh Verma, Anoop Gautam, Suresh Upadhyay and others.
They donated 20 pairs of clothes, 20 plates, 20 glasses and 20 bowls.
Ahirwar thanked the contributors saying the clothes would be distributed to the needy.
He also said that the utensils they donated can be taken by anyone for any function in their respective fields, but they must ensure that these items are returned.
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Posted: Monday February 28th 2022, 00:20 IST