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State joins cleanliness campaign

Assam formally joined cleanliness campaign in Guwahati with Chief Minister Tarun brooming the Latashil puja ground on Sunday. Gogoi, who backed Narendra Modi’s campaign directed all ministers, MLAs, Deputy Commissioners and senior officials of concerned departments to free the puja mandaps and environment of junk and dirt. Later Gogoi tweeted "Formally kicked off the Clean Assam Campaign in Guwahati city. It evoked a good response." “When I was a school student, we participated in cleanliness drive at Harijan Colony, Jorhat, every Saturday. Let us all join hands together to make Assam clean and green. Together we can make it happen." The campaign would begin in all educational institutions, government offices and public institutions in a phased manner in a mission mode across the nook and corner of the state.

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