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Disabled persons in cleanliness drive

Disabled persons may be handicapped. But they have a strong will power. They do not lag behind others. A group of disabled persons sent an encouraging message to the people by participating at a cleanliness drive in Kokrajhar on Saturday.

Organized by a non governmental organization, the drive began from the Kokrajhar Sadar police station to the J D Road in the town area. They appealed to the people to keep their places clean before they wrapped up the drive at DC bungalow via civil line road in Kokrajhar.

The organizers said that they will organize clean drive in all districts of BTAD and bringing awareness about creating healthy and sound living among society. The NGO has urged the all citizens to keep clean and healthy living in the region and make India sound country across the world.

‘Though we(disabled persons) may be handicapped, but yet we have too strong will to clean and organizing social activity, of which why we organized these kinds of drive among society so that Bharat can be healthy and cleaned country’, said the NGO leaders.

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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