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Bagmati clean-up campaign to go symbolic over COVID19

07 March 2020  

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KATHMANDU: The 356th Bagmati Clean-up Campaign is taking place today in a symbolic way in view of the deadly corona virus spreading across the world.

The regular clean-up campaign will be carried out amid presence of of a few campaigners, said Mala Kharel, member of High Powered Committed for Integrated Development for the Bagmati Civilization.

Kharel said security agencies will not participate in the clean-up campaign so as to avoid the crowd.

The campaigners will not enter the river and the clean-up campaign will be held in a symbolic way to generate awareness that the filth is the source of 70 percent of diseases, said Uttam Pudasaini, Chairman of Bagmati Sundarta Sarokar Manch.

Meanwhile, the students will not be  used in the  campaign this time for the fear of coronavirus.



Publish Date : 07 March 2020 07:41 AM

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