The season three of Banega Swachh India will focus on utilizing the hours committed by volunteers in the previous season.
This year, in addition to focusing on ‘Shramdan’ to utilize the hours committed by volunteers in the previous season, we are also recognizing and honoring India’s ‘Swachh Warriors.’
Swachh Warriors are our real life heroes – individuals, groups and organisations that have done remarkable work towards making India clean.
So, here’s your chance to thank and salute these Swachh Warriors who have made a real difference in making India clean.
You can nominate yourself or can nominate the people you know who have done notable work towards cleaning up India.
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