Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday inaugurated the National Sanitation Center near Rajghat in Delhi. The National Sanitation Center (RSK) dedicated to Mahatma Gandhi was first announced by the Prime Minister on 10 April 2017 to mark 100 years of Gandhiji’s Champaran Satyagraha. It will be an interactive interactive center on the Swachh Bharat Mission.
After reaching RSK, the Prime Minister laid a wreath at the statue of Mahatma Gandhi located there and visited the center. In the auditorium located at RSK, the Prime Minister watched a unique 360-degree audio-visual program.
It showed the story of cleanliness of India i.e. the journey of the biggest campaign to change the habits of the people in the history of the world. After this, PM Modi interacted with 36 school students from Delhi who represented and then addressed the 36 states and union territories. While addressing PM Modi said that I am happy to see that you are interested in cleanliness issues.
PM Modi said that we have to move our business forward and also protect ourselves from Corona. For this, we have to wear masks, maintain a distance of 6 feet and avoid spitting in the open. Earlier, PM watched a short video on a ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ at the National Clean India Mission. He also went to a 360-degree audio-visual show, which was presented as a story on the cleanliness journey.