Subarnapur:(Akshaya Pujahari): Today, on the occasion of the National Pune Sagar Abhiyan, the premises of the Rameshwar Temple, a bathing ghat and a tourist attraction at the old Rameshwar Temple at Tribeni Sangam in Subarnapur district have been cleared.
Hundreds of students rallied on the banks of the Rameshwar River in the Puneet Sagar campaign to protect the water source and the entire environment.
The campaign was inaugurated by Subarnapur District Additional District Magistrate Surya Narayan Das, who said that cleanliness should be used more than enjoying the environment, believing that cleanliness is where God dwells. “We need to spread the word about this in the village, and we want the government, the voluntary organizations and the people to work together,” he said.
As the use of water pollution and plastics is increasing day by day across the country, this great work is being carried out today on rivers and beaches across the country on the instructions of the Director General of the NCC Home Department with the aim of controlling it and creating widespread public awareness across the country. Said Ranjan Chakraborty. Former Mayor Prakash Sahu, Dr. Abas Babu, Police RI Pradyumna Kumar Patel were the guests of honor and encouraged the students and volunteers.
NCC Lieutenant Ashish Agrawal coordinated the meeting and felicitated the guests while Swachh Bharat Coordinator Manoranjan Tripathi thanked the l Blood Donor Association founder Manoj Panda, Maharaj l High School NCC teacher Ashish Rath, Swachh Bharat and senior members. Narayan Rath assisted in the program.