Indore is India’s cleanest city, Bhopal ranks second
Delhi. Indore has become the cleanest city of the country. Bhopal city is in the second position. Union Urban Development Minister Venkaiah Naidu awarded Indore city at the first and Bhopal in the second position in the category of the cleanest city in the country in Swachch India Ranking during a Swachch Sarvekshan -2017 felicitation programme organised at New Delhi.
While Indore acquired 1807.72 out of 2000 marks, Bhopal got 1800.43 marks in the survey. At least 38 urban bodies and Nagar Nigam were awarded in different categories at New Delhi today following a survey of 434 cities and towns conducted by the Union Urban Development Ministry.
Congratulating Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Urban Development Minister Smt. Maya Singh said that it is the result of the Chief Minister’s “Hamara Shahar No. 1” drive that Indore known better as Madhya Pradesh’ financial capital and capital city Bhopal have been awarded the first and second position under the Swachchata Sarvekshan in the country.
Congratulating the entire team and the Nagar Nigam Mayor and Nagar Palika Chairman Urban Development Minister said that Indore has made the country proud and it owes its victory to the collective efforts. Indore was in the 25th position in the cleanliness survey of 2015. Expressing her gratitude to the citizens Smt. Singh said this achievement could not have been possible without people’s support.