Surat: The memorable Dandi shoreline and Saifee Villa in Navsari, for the most part recalled by the experts amid the 'Salt March' commemoration, have been humming with action for recent days. Police in south Gujarat had begun a drive to clean the shoreline and the estate. Several policemen are being helped by many volunteers in the activity which began on Prime Minister NarendraModi's birthday on September 17. The drive will end on October 2, the birth commemoration of Mahatma Gandhi, with a shoreline keep running at 6am on Monday.
The activity saw men and ladies from police cleaning a 5km extend of the shoreline loaded with soil, plastic and Ganesh symbols. They likewise cleaned Saifee Villa that houses Gandhi Memorial Museum — where Mahatma Gandhi remained amid his visit to Dandi in 1930. It had stayed unattended to so far by the experts. Police and volunteers likewise cleaned PrarthanaSthal close Saifee Villa.
"I went to Dandi a couple of months back and saw squander over the shoreline and at spots of chronicled significance. We took up the undertaking to clean Dandi and began the activity on the birthday of Prime Minister. The spotless shoreline will be committed to Mahatma Gandhi on his introduction to the world commemoration on Monday," said Shamsher Singh, extra DGP, Surat go.
Police and volunteers gathered around 25 truckloads of waste from the shoreline. It took them a few hours to clean Saifee Villa that had stains of dish and tobacco. "At first, we began this drive with policemen on Sunday morning and later volunteers from Surat and different parts of south Gujarat went along with us. More than 2,000 individuals are helping us in our endeavours," Singh said.
Police likewise introduced see sheets that demand individuals to quit littering and utilize dustbins. Bond dustbins have been introduced to gather waste and keep the shoreline clean. Blurbs with photographs of the shoreline prior and then afterward the drive have been put at the shoreline. Police intend to introduce CCTV cameras and manufacture a watch tower to guarantee security and keep up cleanliness at the shoreline.
"It was a respectable motivation taken up by police. This will lead others to work toward this path and help keep the authentic place clean," said Kalubhai Danger, who is working in Dandi under the World Bank's program of cleanliness and condition which is being actualized by Gujarat Ecology Commission and Gujarat Vidyapith.