PM Modi starts the plastic free mission from mathura

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PM Narendra Modi launched a campaign against plastic from Mathura, UP. Earlier, he had urged everyone from the ramparts of the Red Fort to join this campaign.

New Delhi: From the ramparts of the Red Fort, PM Modi appealed to the people to come forward for Plastic Free India. He had said that the way the country accepted the cleanliness drive, people should also come forward in the campaign against plastic. In this series, he started the plastic free submission from Mathura in UP.
Before launching this campaign, PM Modi met the women who took up the garbage. He closely understood the process of disposing of plastic waste and emphasized that the present and future of the country is in the liberation of plastic. Government campaigns can be conducted against plastics. But common people will have to come forward for its success.

The objective of this master plan is that cow and other animals cannot eat the plastic lying on the roads. Because it has been seen that plastic is causing livestock loss. Livestock and its products contribute to the Indian economy. Keeping in view the environment and health of animals, Veterinary University will also inaugurate the Animal Health Fair. With this, 40 mobile veterinary vehicles will also be flagged off across the country.

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