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In Varanasi To Celebrate Dev Diwali, Anil Kapoor Loved This The Most About PM Narendra Modi’s Constituency

Actor Anil Kapoor visited Varanasi for Dev Diwali celebrations and termed his travel as a ‘blessed experience,’ the actor also wrote to PM Modi and said that he was delighted to see the way the city has transformed over the years

In Varanasi To Celebrate Dev Diwali, Anil Kapoor Loved This The Most About PM Narendra Modi’s Constituency

New Delhi: Actor Anil Kapoor recently visited Varanasi for Dev Diwali celebrations that happen every year in the city, 15 days after Diwali. The actor was left delighted at the way the city has transformed over the years, sharing beautiful pictures of the city and its ghats on his social media. The actor also wrote to Prime Minister for his ‘blessed experience’ and said,

Visited #Varanasi after a long gap for #DevDiwali. Was delighted to see the way the city has transformed, especially the roads leading to the ghats.

Anil Kapoor further said,

It is now much safer and so beautiful. Had such a blessed experience being part of an amazing puja event. @narendramodi Ji.

The actor also shared pictures and videos of him soaking in the beauty of the mighty river Ganga during the famous Ganga Aarti. He said, “Soaking in the peace & serenity! The Ganga Aarti has to be one of the special highlights of the year for me! Beautiful #Varanasi at its best! May we all have a great year ahead! #positivevibes #DevDiwali”

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Seeing the happy feedback, Prime Minister Narendra Modi replied to Anil Kapoor and said,

Happy that you enjoyed your Kashi visit and witnessed the city’s transformation!

Currently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has initiated many projects in his parliamentary constituency in a bid to transform the city completely. He has recently inaugurated 140 MLD Dinapur Sewage Treatment Plant in the city to fast-track the Ganga cleaning project. This Rs. 153 crore sewage plant has been set up through a public-private partnership model and aims to ensure that no untreated sewage water goes into the Ganga.

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Recently during his visit in Varanasi, PM Modi highlighted Varanasi’s transformation and said that villages on the banks of the Ganga had been declared open defecation free (ODF) successfully thereby making the city a much cleaner place. He also added that the government is taking sanitation and health quite seriously and as a result, rural sanitation, which was less than 40 per cent four years ago is 95 per cent today.

Also Read:Varanasi To Get Two New Sewage Treatment Plants Before March 2018

NDTV – Dettol Banega Swachh India campaign lends support to the Government of India’sSwachh Bharat Mission (SBM). Helmed by Campaign AmbassadorAmitabh Bachchan, the campaign aims to spread awareness abouthygieneandsanitation, the importance of buildingtoiletsand making Indiaopen defecation free (ODF)by October 2019, a target set byPrime Minister Narendra Modi, when he launched Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in 2014. Over the years, the campaign has widened its scope to cover issues likeair pollution,waste management,plastic ban,manual scavengingandmenstrual hygiene. The campaign has also focused extensively onmarine pollution,clean Ganga Projectand rejuvenation ofYamuna, two of India’s major river bodies.

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