'Incredible Indori' Team's Mission to Preserve Historical and Tourist Gems

'Incredible Indori' Team's Mission to Preserve Historical and Tourist Gems

The Indian Swachhata League has introduced "Incredible Indori" to boost cleanliness citywide from September 17 to October 2.

"Incredible Indori" is the driving force behind a remarkable cleanliness campaign aimed at elevating the charm and hygiene of Indore's treasured tourist and historical destinations. With a shared commitment to transform the city's landmarks into pristine havens, this dynamic team is all set to make a lasting impact on Indore's landscape.

"Incredible Indori", under the Indian Swacchata League, is a group of dedicated individuals who have taken up the mantle of promoting cleanliness with unwavering zeal.

The clarion call- Youth vs Garbage

The backdrop for this inspiring endeavour is the Indian Swachhata League, a nationwide campaign running from September 17 to October 2, as part of the Swachh Amrit Mahotsav. Launched with great pomp and enthusiasm at the iconic Gandhi Hall, the Incredible Indori team represents a collective commitment to revitalizing not only historical and tourist areas but the entire cityscape.

Leading the charge is none other than Mayor Pushyamitra Bhargav, who now serves as the captain of this noble initiative. At the team's launch, Mayor Bhargav issued a compelling rallying cry: "Youth vs Garbage," and called upon the city's vibrant and energetic youth to take up the challenge and combat the persistent problem of litter.

The significance of this movement cannot be overstated. Mayor Bhargav underscored that the Swachh Amrit Mahotsav is the stage for the Indian Swachhata League 2.0, being held across the nation.

Knock Knock

As the Incredible Indori team takes its first steps, Indore is poised to set an example for cities across the nation. This is a story of youth leadership, civic pride, and the unwavering commitment to transform the city into a cleaner, more beautiful, and more responsible place for all its residents and visitors alike.

In the battle against waste, it's "Youth vs Garbage," and the youth of Indore are leading the charge towards a cleaner, brighter future.

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