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Shrikant Sharma seeks pilgrims help to clean Mathura

While launching a week-long cleanliness drive in Mathura, UP power minister Shrikant Sharma appealed to the pilgrims in cooperating with authorities and Brijwasis for converting the city into a model of cleanliness, in order to please Lord Krishna.

By: PTI | Mathura |
October 5, 2017 8:17:10 am
shrikant sharma news, cleanliness drive news, city others news, indian express news Uttar Pradesh power minister Shrikant Sharma. (File/Photo)

Uttar Pradesh power minister Shrikant Sharma on Thursday appealed to pilgrims to help the authorities in maintaining the cleanliness of the city. “In order to please Lord Krishna and convert his birthplace into a model of cleanliness, cooperate with Brijwasis in maintaining his birthplace clean whenever you are on pilgrimage to Mathura,” he said while launching a week-long cleanliness drive at Mathura.

He hoped that the city, if kept clean, will emerge among the top ten cities in the cleanliness rankings in the country.

“Let us take a pledge — neither we would throw garbage nor allow anybody to do it,” he said.

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