This Indian City Declared As Cleanest City, 5 Years In Row! (Check Top 10 List)

Indore, Madhya Pradesh, has been named India's cleanest city for the fifth year in a row!
Indore, Madhya Pradesh, has been named India’s cleanest city for the fifth year in a row!

“Jaha dekho kachra hi kachra hae, lekin ek baat batao.. ye kachra yaha dalta kon hae?”

So this person “kon?” has no face, this person is you, me and somewhere all of us. Pause for a moment and take a look outside? 

What do you see? 

There is so much dust and waste all around us that we have started accepting this way. 

People in India, on the other hand, see things differently than we do. Indore, Madhya Pradesh, has been named India’s cleanest city for the fifth year in a row, according to the Centre’s annual cleanliness survey.

Indore received the highest score of 5,618.14 out of 6,000 in the government’s Swachh Survekshan 2021 results, which were released on Saturday morning.

Doesn’t this news excite you? Let’s know how the citizens of Indore reacted.

Indore- India’s Cleanest City

Surat in Gujarat was ranked second with 5,559.21 marks. The award was given by President Ram Nath Kovind at a ceremony in New Delhi and here the announcement about Indore becoming the cleanest city for the fifth time in a row was made.

So this is something which should be celebrated right.

Residents, civic workers, and public figures were spotted waving brooms and dancing to drum beats at the Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) headquarters to celebrate Indore’s triumph.

Indore Won The Safai Mitra Suraksha Challenge Award

Indore was also awarded the ‘Safai Mitra Suraksha Challenge’ for outstanding efforts to ensure a safe working environment for sanitation and drainage workers cleaning sewers and manholes.

“It certainly is a pleasurable moment for all of us as Indore has managed to sustain the cleanest city title for the fifth time. We expect people’s support and cooperation in future as well,” the commissioner told TOI.

IMC commissioner Pratibha Pal

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