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ONGC takes Swachh Bharat Abhiyan countrywide
ONGC has taken the 'Swacch Bharat Abhiyan' to all parts of the country. The campaign was kicked off at Rajahmundry and soon witnessed enthusiastic participation by ONGCians and its stakeholders all across the country.
At Rajahmundry, Mr D K Sarraf, CMD ONGC and Mr Ashok Varma, Director Onshore unveiled a Gandhi memorial and administered the Clean India pledge.
ONGC also launched Swachh Vidyalaya campaign by laying the foundation stone for toilets in schools. ONGC will invest over Rs 100 crore for constructing toilets in 2500 schools all over India, in the first phase of the campaign. ONGCians at Rajahmundry volunteered to clean the office premises led by CMD and Director Onshore.
ONGC conducts Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in Orissa at NPS Gandhi Nagar, Mohona Distt.
Director HR D D Misra flagged off the Walkathon at Dehradun to create awareness on cleanliness for a cleaner India. ONGCians at Dehradun led by senior officials took to brooms to clean the streets and office premises.
At Mumbai, Director (Offshore) T K Sengupta launched a Walkathon and administered pledge towards a cleaner India. ONGCians at Mumbai led by senior officials took to brooms to clean the streets and office premises.
Director (Offshore) Mr T K Sengupta led a walkathon from Bandra Reclamation colony to Vasudhara Bhavan which was participated by ONGCians who not only walked to Vasudhara Bhavan but cleaned the path as well.
Director T&FS Shashi Shanker paid floral tributes to Mahatma Gandhi and administered the cleanliness pledge.
A walkathon was held at Assam to create awareness. School children as well as residents of Assam joined the movement.