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Believers Eastern Church Satgaon Mission Diocese Cleanliness Drive

In an effort to contribute in Prime Minister’s  Narendra Modi clarion call against single use plastic and to pay rich tribute to Father of the Nation Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary.

Believers Eastern Church Satgaon Mission Diocese, Lanka hit to the streets of Lanka town with an extensive cleanliness drive on Wednesday. The drive began from railway station culminated at main market with a special focus  against single-use plastic goods .

“We have launched an extensive cleanliness campaign involving workers, Sister of Compassion, woman and Youths coming from different Parishes Under Satgaon Mission Diocese,” Diocese In charge, Rev Fr Thangho D  said.

The participants turned out in large numbers and pledged for a neat and cleaner India. Taking the broom to sweep the streets, cleaning up the garbage, the event was used to pledged to the citizens for a neat and cleaner India and bring awareness for use single plastic.

Holding a placard with the word 'Save Earth,Ban Plastic'  and 500 Single use Cotton bag were disturbed to the shopkeepers at Lanka town.

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