Two Mumbai Colleges Have Plans To Keep Vile Parle & Charni Road Stations Clean

Two Mumbai Colleges Have Plans To Keep Vile Parle & Charni Road Stations Clean
Prime Minister Modi's Digital India Week was kicked off with big-ticket announcements and an enthusiastic response from industry leaders as well. But while the PM's latest announcement trickled in, one couldn't help but wonder about his previous high-profile schemes and announcements. The passionate Swacch Bharat Abhiyaan seemed to have died down after the initial vigour shown by the general public while Make In India resulted in unintended consequences with the invention of a torrent website. While India's vital debate around sanitation and cleanliness seems to have fallen on deaf ears and apathetic public consciousness however, Mithibai and Wilson College in Mumbai have toughened their resolve towards a clean India.
"Our students have been using this station for many years now and we would all like to help make it look better,"
"This isn't just a one-day event. This is a long term plan. The management will fund purchase of supplies for the cleanliness drive. Apart from sweeping the platforms, the students will set up dustbins and put up banners and pictures emphasising the importance of cleanliness. Artwork by students will also be displayed at the platforms."
"We are contributing our bit towards the Swachh Bharat mission. It's not a single-day exercise but will be carried on as a weekly activity through which we are hoping to maintain the upkeep of the station."