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U'khand ministers to take part in cleanliness drive tomorrow

Press Trust of India  |  Dehradun 

ministers, led by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, will take part in a cleanliness drive in different areas of the state tomorrow as part of the Prime Minister's Swachh Abhiyan.

The decision was taken at the state Cabinet's first meeting here last evening in order to give an impetus to the Prime Minister's flagship programme, an official release said here.



Chief Minister Rawat and Madan Kaushik will conduct the drive in Haridwar, while Satpal Maharaj will carry out the campaign in Satpuli, it said.

Prakash Pant will take part in the drive in Doiwala, Harak Singh Rawat in Swargashram, Yashpal Arya in Roorkee, Pandey in Kotdwar, Subodh Uniyal in Rishikesh, Rekha Arya in Vikasnagar and Rawat in Mussoorie, the release said.

The meeting also cleared a proposal to request the Governor to convene the first session of the new Assembly from March 24 to 29.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Uttarakhand ministers, led by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, will take part in a cleanliness drive in different areas of the state tomorrow as part of the Prime Minister's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. The decision was taken at the state Cabinet's first meeting here last evening in order to give an impetus to the Prime Minister's flagship programme, an official release said here. Chief Minister Rawat and Madan Kaushik will conduct the drive in Haridwar, while Satpal Maharaj will carry out the campaign in Satpuli, it said. Prakash Pant will take part in the drive in Doiwala, Harak Singh Rawat in Swargashram, Yashpal Arya in Roorkee, Arvind Pandey in Kotdwar, Subodh Uniyal in Rishikesh, Rekha Arya in Vikasnagar and Dhan Singh Rawat in Mussoorie, the release said. The meeting also cleared a proposal to request the Governor to convene the first session of the new Uttarakhand Assembly from March 24 to 29. ministers, led by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, will take part in a cleanliness drive in different areas of the state tomorrow as part of the Prime Minister's Swachh Abhiyan.

The decision was taken at the state Cabinet's first meeting here last evening in order to give an impetus to the Prime Minister's flagship programme, an official release said here.

Chief Minister Rawat and Madan Kaushik will conduct the drive in Haridwar, while Satpal Maharaj will carry out the campaign in Satpuli, it said.

Prakash Pant will take part in the drive in Doiwala, Harak Singh Rawat in Swargashram, Yashpal Arya in Roorkee, Pandey in Kotdwar, Subodh Uniyal in Rishikesh, Rekha Arya in Vikasnagar and Rawat in Mussoorie, the release said.

The meeting also cleared a proposal to request the Governor to convene the first session of the new Assembly from March 24 to 29.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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U'khand ministers to take part in cleanliness drive tomorrow

ministers, led by Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat, will take part in a cleanliness drive in different areas of the state tomorrow as part of the Prime Minister's Swachh Abhiyan.

The decision was taken at the state Cabinet's first meeting here last evening in order to give an impetus to the Prime Minister's flagship programme, an official release said here.

Chief Minister Rawat and Madan Kaushik will conduct the drive in Haridwar, while Satpal Maharaj will carry out the campaign in Satpuli, it said.

Prakash Pant will take part in the drive in Doiwala, Harak Singh Rawat in Swargashram, Yashpal Arya in Roorkee, Pandey in Kotdwar, Subodh Uniyal in Rishikesh, Rekha Arya in Vikasnagar and Rawat in Mussoorie, the release said.

The meeting also cleared a proposal to request the Governor to convene the first session of the new Assembly from March 24 to 29.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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