This was announced during a Collectors’ Conference in Vijaywada, as a part of the Swachhata Hi Seva Campaign.
Swachhata Hi Seva, a pan India campaign launched on 15th September till 2nd October, calls all citizens across the country to participate actively through shramdaan to the cause of swachhata.
“Adding momentum to this drive, more than 2 lakhs toilet pits were dug on 17th September in Madhya Pradesh,” the Ministry of Drinking Water & Sanitation said in an official statement. These are targeted to be converted into one lakh toilets by 2nd October.
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