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Venkaiah Naidu starts a nationwide campaign under 'Clean Indian Campaign'
Under the 'Clean India Campaign' of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, the trade associations across the country joined hands today when Union Urban Development Minister Shri Venkaiah Naidu began "Swacch Bazar Hee Hain Swasth Vyapaar Ka Aadhar" nationwide campaign of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) yesterday at his office at New Delhi by signing a Standi of CAIT related to campaign.
CAIT National Secretary General and Goodwill Ambassador of Clean India Campaign of Delhi BJP, CAIT Delhi President Mr Ramesh Khanna and various other senior trade leaders were present at the function.

While speaking with Traders delegation, Mr. Naidu appreciated the gesture of the trading community and said that traders on their related strength across the country can play a major role in success of the campaign in as much as each shop in the country is visited by many visitors during the day and therefore the trader's shop can be a versatile goodwill ambassador to motivate the visitors in their shops to keep cleanliness around himself, in a more strong and better way.

Mr. Naidu advised the trade associations to motivate their members to keep a small dustbin in their shops and the waste of the shop should be collected in such dustbin whereas trade associations can place big dustbins at various places in their markets so that any wastage on road should be avoided.

He also urged the traders to keep a small bag in their respective vehicles and collect wastage of their vehicle in such bag and later throw the same in a proper dustbin place.  He also advised that if need arises, the cooperation of the local government like Municipal Corporation should be obtained for proper disposal of the wastage.

Mr. Naidu also advised traders to stick posters and stickers in their shops so that visitors could be motivated to put hoardings and banners at proper places in their respective markets conveying the message of Prime Minister.

Such steps will certainly motivate the people. He also said that cleanliness cannot be obtained by any force. In fact it should be a voluntary affair and people should be motivated to make it as a habit.

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