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Salman Khan accepts Clean India invite from Prime Minister Narendra Modi

Salman khan, who was nominated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi among nine people to spread the message of Clean India, has agreed to work towards cleaner India.

The actor, who is well associated with charity and social work and also runs his own trust called Being Human, took to Twitter to accept the invite by Narendra Modi.
The actor, who is well associated with charity and social work and also runs his own trust called Being Human, took to Twitter to accept the invite by Narendra Modi.

Bollywood superstar Salman khan, who was nominated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi among nine people to spread the message of Clean India, has agreed to work towards cleaner India.

The actor, who is well associated with charity and social work and also runs his own trust called Being Human, took to Twitter to accept the invite by Narendra Modi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday started a chain, nominating actors Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra and Kamal Haasan, cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and industrialist Anil Ambani among nine people to spread the message of Clean India.

PM, launching the Clean India Campaign on Thursday, nominated nine eminent personalities to take forward his message to clean the nation.

These nine celebrities will not only have to take up cleaning campaigns to spread the message, but will have to nominate nine more people, starting a chain, similar to the ALS ice bucket challenge that recently went viral.

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The Prime Minister also gave a call to launch a social media campaign with hash tag My Clean India.

Narendra Modi said pictures an videos of dirty places and their cleanup must be uploaded online.

The Clean India Campaign, launched by the Prime Minister Thursday, aims to clean up the country by October 2, 2019, the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.