Maha Cleanthanon In Mumbai Led By Devendra Fadnavis, Big B: Highlights

Maha Cleanthanon In Mumbai Led By Devendra Fadnavis, Big B: Highlights

"On NDTV's Cleanathon in January this year, we had pledged to contribute 50 lakh man hours to the Swachh India mission. We have already completed 33 lakh hours. We are confident we will touch 60 lakh hours by January 26, 2017," said Manisha Mhaiskar, Principal Secretary, Urban Development, Maharashtra.


Sep 03, 2016
"When you see someone littering. Go stop them. Tell them what they are doing is wrong. When you keep doing this repeatedly, people will change," says Amitabh Bachchan.

Sep 03, 2016
"You are praising me for picking up trash with my bare hands but there's nothing special about it. Our sanitation workers don't always have gloves," says Amitabh Bachchan.

Sep 03, 2016
No photo op here, Amitabh Bachchan helps clean up garbage with bare hands.


Sep 03, 2016
Sep 03, 2016
"Did not just come here to give a speech. Here to set an example." Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and superstar Amitabh Bachchan get their hands dirty for a clean Mumbai.


Sep 03, 2016
Amitabh Bachchan leads the way in the mission to clean up the area around Mumbai's JJ Hospital.


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Ad man and writer Prasoon Joshi lends a hand to the clean up mission.


Sep 03, 2016
The flooding and water logging happens because we fail to keep our cities clean. The garbage clogs the drains, how can the water flow to the sea?: Amitabh Bachchan, campaign ambassador
Sep 03, 2016
All hill stations in Maharashtra had 'Kachra Points' for people to dump garbage. Now they are 'Swachh Points': Chief Minister Fadnavis


Sep 03, 2016
"The participation of people is most important for the success of these programmes," says Devendra Fadnavis

No lack of participation here. Brooms at the ready


Sep 03, 2016
"We are here to become examples. We hope this movement continues and we can keep our cities clean," says Amitabh Bachchan


Sep 03, 2016
"Maharashtra plans to have the highest number of Swachh cities," says chief minister Devendra Fadnavis at the Cleanathon


Sep 03, 2016
The crowd roars as Superstar Amitabh Bachchan and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis take stage.


Sep 03, 2016
Amitabh Bachchan has arrived. The show starts any moment now.





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Quite a gathering at Mumbai's JJ Hospital despite the rain. Volunteers have showed up in large numbers to support the clean drive.


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Sep 03, 2016
It's a rainy morning in the Mumbai. But volunteers' spirits were clearly not dampened.

Sep 03, 2016
The stage is set at the YB Chavan Hall. It will host a discussion following the the clean-up drive at Mumbai's JJ Hospital.


Sep 03, 2016
Around half-an-hour to go now. Volunteers have poured in for the Maha Cleanathon at Mumbai's JJ Hospital despite the rain. The clean-up drive is part of the NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India initiative, which is now in its third year.


Sep 03, 2016
The clean-up drive is likely to see thousands of volunteers join Maharashtra Chief Minister, Devendra Fadnavis and Banega Swachh India Campaign Ambassador, Amitabh Bachchan to clear the garbage and beautify the area around the JJ Hospital.
Sep 03, 2016
Pics: Gearing Up For The Banega Swachh India Maha Cleanathon In Mumbai
The cleaning material has arrived, the stage is being prepped.



Sep 03, 2016
NDTV-Dettol Banega Swachh India campaign is hosting the Maha Cleanathon in Mumbai today in partnership with the Maharashtra Government. The campaign involves a clean-up drive at JJ Hospital, followed by a press conference at YB Chavan Hall.



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2 Comments

  1. When we Indians proclaim India to be the next super power, we need to realise that we first should be a clean and organised nation. Cleanliness around, Street name signs, traffic signs should be achieved for each street of every city and people should take driving lessons before taking up driving or riding bikes and most importantly obey traffic rules. We should better our lives and society with best practices around the world and take up the standard to become worthy of a superpower.

  2. Dear All,
    It was very exciting and encouraging to watch the program of today on MAHA CLEANOTHON Program and see the great personalities.
    All are worried about plastic waste.
    I have one question:
    What do you do with the the waste Collected ?
    We are only dumping/making compost/
    I have an solution to deal with all kinds of wastes including Plastic,
    It is waste to Syngas and/or Electricity, a recently developed technology. I would like to put a plant of 400 TPD treatment generating 10 MW electricity ,no pollution/ slag left over 8/10% and is used for construction and no land fill required.

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