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Indore: Industrialists pledge to fight for cleanliness, retain No.1 tag

Staff Reporter | Updated on: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 01:10 AM IST

Industrialists taking oath of cleanliness at a programme in AIMP office on Friday |
Industrialists taking oath of cleanliness at a programme in AIMP office on Friday |
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Indore :  In a event organised under campaign ‘Indore Remains No.1 in Cleanliness in the Country’, more than 150 industrialists of MSME units promised to contribute in keeping the city clean and make it no.1 again in cleanliness in the country again.

The industrialist expressed their solidarity with the campaign in an open dialogue event organised at office of Association of Industries of Madhya Pradesh. Mayor Malini Gaud was also present there. Seeking cooperation from industrialist Mayor administered oath to industrialists. She said that with the mutual efforts of all us our city is getting recognition in the country world in the area of cleanliness. In this task state and central government both are also offering their help. Alok Dave, AIMP president, expressed hope that our city would retain the title of No.1 in cleanliness in the country in survey of 2018 again. He said that industries are with IMC in this task. Cleanliness of the city is getting appreciation from outside people also. Some industrialists offered some suggestions to Mayor. On this occasion corporator Deepika Nachan and Teenu Jain was also present.

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Published on: Saturday, December 30, 2017, 08:36 AM IST