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#SwachhBharat Raised Over 1 Crore Hours for the Clean Up Drive

The Swachh Bharat Cleanathon, which aims to get people to pledge their time to join the clean-up drives across India, through the year, has so far successfully raised over 1 crore hours for the cause. Corporates and schools came out in a big way to clean up India.

The 12-hour Cleanathon got underway with campaign ambassador Amitabh Bachchan committing to 50 hours this year to clean up drives to achieve the goal of Swachh India.
Do your bit to make India clean, pledge your time here.
Reckitt Benckiser's South Asia Reginal Director, Nitish Kapoor committed to 20,000 hours on behalf of his organisation to the cause of making India clean. NDTV on its part has committed to 10,000 hours this year to the campaign.
Young India showe the way and came out in full force to support the Banega Swachh India campaign. Sriram School of Gurgaon pledged 5,000 hours a year to make India clean. Pledge your time to join the clean India movement.
Manisha Patankar, Secretary, Urban Development, pledged 50 lakh hours to #SwachhIndia on behalf of Maharashtra's government employees. With her commitment, the Swachh Bharat Cleanathon successfully raised over 1 crore hours for the cause.
The Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences committed 20 lakh hours in 10 months of this year from their 25,000 students to participate and clean up the city of Bhubaneswar.
Manjula Vaghela and her group of 500 women from Swasthiya Mahila Seva Kendra pledged 12 lakh hours in a year for #SwachhIndia.
Sunbeam schools from Varanasi pledged 27 lakh hours for cleaning-up Varanasi. To pledge hours for the Swachh India campaign, click here.
S Jha, Chairman and MD of Powergrid Corporation of India pledged 20,000 hours this year on behalf of the organisation to clean India.
Deep Kalra, CEO of MakeMyTrip joined the 12-hour Cleanathon and committed to personally join the clean-up drives and as an organisation pledged 5,000 hours this year to the cause of cleaning up India.
Dabur India also lent its support to the Swachh India campaign. On behalf of the organization, Amit Burman, Vice-Chairman of Dabur, pledged 5,000 hours to make India clean. To pledge your team for the clean India movement, click here.
Vijay Shekhar, the CEO of Paytm, committed 1,000 hours to #CleanIndia on behalf of the organisation.
Sandeep Bhawan, Chairman, Macquarie, also pledged 1,000 hours towards a cleaner India.
Chef and Entrepreneur Sanjeev Kapoor and his company pledged 2 lakh 40 thousand hours for #SwachhIndia.
Rajeev Dubey, Group President - HR & Corporate Services, Mahindra & Mahindra Group, on behalf of its organizations pledged 80,000 hours.
Proud to associate with #SwachhIndia campaign and commit 4,000 hours: Anuranjita Kumar, Chief Human Resources Officer, Citi South Asia.
We would like to pledge 1 lakh hours on behalf of the BHEL family: Atul Sobti, Chairman & MD, Bharat Heavy Electricals Ltd.