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Wednesday, September 13, 2023

Modi government is earning a lot from cleanliness campaign, ministries become millionaires by selling junk

A cleanliness drive is going on in the ministries of the Narendra Modi government so that old files can be disposed of. This will not only free up space in ministries but will also generate income. It is being said that crores of rupees are being earned from selling junk.

On one hand, the government has started getting vacant space in the ministries due to the cleanliness work started in the ministries of the Government of India in the last few years, on the other hand, due to this campaign of the government, the ministries have become millionaires by selling the junk. In the second phase of the special cleanliness campaign, which started in November 2022 and will continue till August 2023, the data shows that the ministries have got huge benefits by removing old files and junk.

Recently released report states that the Jal Shakti Ministry has earned more than Rs 17 lakh revenue by selling scrap. More than 5 thousand, 900 square feet of space has been vacated by removing old files and garbage of the Water Resources, River Development Works, Ganga Conservation Department. To do this work, the Ministry re-inspected 32 thousand files and conducted cleanliness drive 248 times. NITI Aayog is also not lagging behind in this, it has also disposed of about 75 percent of the files.

Foreign Ministry is also removing junk

Apart from this, recently after getting relief from the heavy work of G-20, the Ministry of External Affairs has also said that it has also launched a cleanliness campaign while continuing the measures under Special Campaign 2.0. Under this Swachhta Abhiyan, various activities related to cleanliness, review and simplification of rules and procedures, review of records management system, productive use of space, disposal of waste materials to enhance workplace experience in the offices of the Ministry of External Affairs at Headquarters and Indian Missions will be undertaken. Activities were started.

The campaign was expedited through nodal officers at posts abroad, regional passport offices, MEA branch secretariats and the Office of the Protector of Emigrants in India. The Ministry of External Affairs also observed Swachhta Pakhwada at more than 425 places in India and abroad from 01 to 15 January 2023. Special drives were launched to ensure cleanliness, including a special cleanliness drive for segregation and safe disposal of paper waste, plastic waste and e-waste.

Ministry of External Affairs will start cleanliness campaign 3.0

Initiatives were taken to identify, remove and auction scrap, remove unwanted files and review the accessibility of disabled people to MEA offices. Continuing the cleanliness campaign, the Ministry of External Affairs is preparing for Special Campaign 3.0 which will start from 02 October 2023.

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