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Jitendra reviews preparations for swachhta campaign to be launched Oct 2

The campaign involves freeing of office spaces by clearing pending matters and disposal of physical files and other junk.

Jitendra Singh

Union Minister Jitendra Singh

Press Trust of India New Delhi
Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Friday reviewed the preparations for the swachhata campaign 2.0 and a special campaign for disposal of pending matters to be conducted by the central government from October 2.
The campaign involves freeing of office spaces by clearing pending matters and disposal of physical files and other junk.
The special campaign 2022 is expected to cover outstation post offices, overseas mission/posts, railway stations, and other public offices during the month-long campaign, a statement issued by the Personnel Ministry said.
According to the statement, the swachhata campaign '21 was conducted at 6,154 sites.
During the campaign, 21.9 lakh files were weeded out, 12.01 lakh sq feet of space was cleared, and Rs 62 crore in revenue was earned through disposing of scrap, it said.
Junkyards in ministries have been turned into courtyard, cafeteria, wellness centre or parking space, it said.

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First Published: Aug 26 2022 | 11:04 PM IST

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