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 Indore wins the cleanest city of India award for the third time in a row!
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Indore wins the cleanest city of India award for the third time in a row!

Rishabh Pachory

Rishabh Pachory

It’s a hat-trick for Indore! Indoris, you’ve got a lot to be proud about. In the recent Swachh Survekshan awards 2019, Indore has been once again crowned as the cleanest city in the country. This is the third time the city has received this award and it should make you feel immensely proud to be a resident of Indore. The award ceremony took place today and we’re ecstatic about the revelation. Bhopal, the capital city of Madhya Pradesh has bagged the cleanest capital award.

Of late, it seems that Indore has been on a roll as far as developments and good news is concerned. Only recently, the Indore metro rail system was approved and now, the city has been awarded the cleanest city tag for the third year in a row.

Surely, this award owes a lot to the citizens who helped keep the streets clean and the others who did their part by abiding with garbage disposal rules. This accomplishment goes out to all the dedicated citizens of Indore for their perseverance and their motivation to keep the city at the top spot for cleanest city.

To make the city retain the top spot, about 4000 toilets and hundreds of garbage trucks were put to use and each served their purpose dutifully. Each of the small movements had an impact on the overall cleanliness of the city, which is what made the accomplishment possible.

Initiative by citizens

Initiative by citizens

Divya Agarawal, a resident of Kalani Nagar said “Personally, I am ecstatic and couldn’t be happier about the award. We have all equally done our part to keep the city as pristine as possible. We will keep the hard work up to make sure that Indore wins the award next year too.” “I just can’t hold in my excitement about Indore winning the cleanest city award. I am proud of this city and it’s residents”, said Palak Yadav, who lives in Subhash Nagar.

A resident of RNT Marg, Karan Bhalerao said “ Winning the award just once is a major achievement and Indore has managed to bag the price three years in a row. It really is unbelievable what true grit and perseverance can get you”. A resident of Gumashta Nagar, Sarthak Khandelwal expressed how excited he was and said, “for the third time in a row, Indore has bagged the title. People of Indore are very particular about cleanliness and I hope everyone in the country should work towards the same.”

Indore is currently on the fast track to development and we have a feeling that the city will be transformed sooner than you think. With everyone doing their part and working towards a common goal, the city will reach new heights and come at par with the best cities of the country.