If M’luru is Cleaner Today, Credit goes to Ramakrishna Mission Volunteers

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If M’luru is Cleaner Today, Credit goes to Ramakrishna Mission Volunteers

Mangaluru: Twenty-second week of 10 cleanliness drives of the 400 Abhiyans being organized by Ramakrishna Mission, Mangaluru took off on Sunday, 05th March 2017 at 10 different locations in the city.

240 A B Shetty Circle –

The team members of Hindu warriors carried out cleanliness drive from A B Shetty circle to Clock Tower Circle. Swami Jitakamanandaji and Capt. Ganesh Karnik jointly flagged off the drive at 7:30 am. Under the guidance of Yogish Kayarthadka, some of the volunteers removed the old banners, buntings and left over ropes and remnants of light poles. Another batch of volunteers including Shivu Puttur and Sathish B.S cleaned the road dividers.

241 Jeppu Area –

The students of Bhagini Samaj and local residents cleaned the Morgan’s Gate area. Dr Varnodhar Pradeep and Rajeshri jointly flagged off the drive. Road Stretching from Bhagini Samaj to Morgan’s Gate was cleaned under the leadership of Ratna Alva. They also made a door to door visit and distributed handbills to create awareness among the citizens. Dr Pradeep a well-known amateur artist guided the volunteers in painting impressive 3D pictures on the Bhagini Samaj compound wall. Suresh Shetty, Vijaya Lakshmi and several others participated in the drive.

242 Karangalapady Area –

The volunteers of Swacch Karanglapady team took up the drive at the jail road and C G Kamath Road. M R Vasudeva flagged off the drive. Heaps of garbage in the nook and corners of the Jail Road were cleared and the road cleaned. Local citizens including Sathyanarayana K V, Prashanth Ubarangala, Vidya Shenoy, including Auto drivers joined the Abhiyan.

243 Mannagudda Area –

The Members of the Art of Living Team carried out the drive around Gandhi Park area. Swami Jitakamanandaji and Sumana Kamath jointly flagged off the drive. The drive included cleaning of drains and surrounding roads. Sadashiva Kamath, Tanuja, Asha Ravi, Renuka Shetty and several others participated in the drive.

244 KPT Area –

Students of Karnataka Polytechnic carried out the drive in front of KPT and the adjoining areas of the Highway. NSS Students cleaned the circle and footpaths on the airport road. Capt. Ganesh Karnik joined the Abhiyan.

245 Katipalla Area –

JCI Ganeshapura members cleaned area from 7:30 am to 10 am in the morning. Harish Naik and Sharath Kumar flagged off the drive. The team which included JCI Kesari friends and Navodaya Yuvaka Mandala undertook the task of the cleaning the roads in front of Ganeshapura Rangamantapa and Temple. Brijesh, Goutam Naik, Laxmi Anchan and several other associations participated in the Abhiyan. The drive was coordinated by Dr Sampath Kumar and Shreesha Karmakar.

246 Bijai Area –

The Member of Mangalore Senior Citizens association undertook the cleanliness drive from Bejai– Karangalapady Road. Ramesh Rao and some senior citizens cleaned the road and drain from Vivekananda park to Bejai Church. MCC member Prakash Salian actively participated in the drive. Krishna Shetty and Lancy Peters inaugurated the drive. C D Kamath, Dr Anusuya and others joined hands with seniors, the drive was coordinated by Nagesh and Ramakumar Bekal.

247 Chilimbi Area –

The students of Minority Girls hostel participated in the cleanliness drive in Chilimbi – Kotekani . Poornima Kulal and Satish Kamath jointly flagged off the drive. Vithaladas Prabhu and Subraya Nayak guided the team.

248 Valachil Area –

In this area students of Srinivas Institute of Technology volunteered to undertake the task. They removed the garbage scattered on the road leading to Merlapadavu and cleaned the area. Besides, they also cleaned a Bus Stop and Auto-Rickshaw Stand.

249 Kotekar Area –

The members of Ayyappa Bhajan Mandir in association with local citizens undertook the drive in Kotekar area. Ashok Ucchil inaugurated the drive which included cleaning Kotekar junction, bus stand, and the road leading to Someshwar. Jitendra Rao coordinated the drive.

For more details Contact: 9448353162 (Swami Ekagamyanandaji, Convener)

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  1. Congratulations and God’s blessings
    for all those who care and worked for
    the cleanliness and upkeep of Mangalore
    city.

    In Udupi, when PM Modi, came up with
    the revenue garnering idea of Swwach
    Bharath, some of our local Politicians
    were seen and photographed by this
    media, posing with a broom and a few
    dry leaves on a clean street at the
    Clock Tower area. Wonder where are
    these guys today – when so much of
    garbage is disposed off in every open
    drain and roadside by those irresponsbile
    local people , strewn all over Udupi, and
    there’s no scheme being put into place –
    not even a garbage bin!

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