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MBCN students take part in cleanliness campaign


Children with ‘special needs’ from the Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan (MBCN) initiated a ‘Swachh Noida’ campaign on the occasion of International Day of Persons with Disabilities, on Wednesday.

Photo 2The campaign was organised by the Ponty Chadha Foundation.

Union Minister of Culture and Tourism Mahesh Sharma, who was the chief guest on the occasion, cheered the students and started the cleanliness drive.

With an aim of spreading the message of “If we can, why not you?”, children with ‘special needs’ from of MBCN along with the students of the Genesis Global School stepped out on the roads to sweep the areas in Noida. Over 100 students took part in the cleanliness drive in three sectors of Noida.

Applauding the efforts of children, the chief guest said, “I really appreciate the enthusiasm that these children have shown towards the cleanliness drive. We should move forward with the oath to keep our surrounding clean and the whole world should see that India is a clean country.”

Manpreet Singh Chadha, Vice-Chairman of Wave Group, said, “This cleanliness drive is our humble initiative towards contributing to the ‘Swachh Bharat’ mission and it is our endeavor to make Noida a clean city. It is a requisite to a clean and healthy environment and well-being of society. This drive is an indication that these children with special needs are equally concerned about the city.”


Vandana Sharma, Principal Mata Bhagwanti Chadha Niketan, said, “Through this campaign, an effort has been made to inculcate the sense of keeping the surrounding clean and creating awareness about the importance of a clean environment”.