As many as 2,000 students from various schools took a pledge to celebrate “Green Diwali” this year, during a drive organised at Government Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 46D, in Chandigarh on Tuesday.
The drive was organised by Chandigarh Pollution Control Committee and NGO Yuvsatta with the help of Department of Education, Chandigarh Administration, as part of the “Green Diwali” campaign.
Students and volunteers walked carrying banners and placards with messages urging people to celebrate a green and safe Diwali.
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Theatre artistes of Mask Theatre also staged a street play “Green Diwali” on the occasion. This play was directed by Ravi Kumar and strengthened the message of not only minimising pollution during Diwali but also motivate people to gift plants and maintain cleanliness and eat homemade sweets.