Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is a campaign introduced by our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi. It was launched on the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mr. Mahatma Gandhi. The entire week is celebrated as cleanliness week. It has been launched to encourage people to adopt some cleaning habits to make India clean and beautiful.
Short and Long Speeches on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Find here some amazingly written speeches in very easy English language, you can learn very easily and recite these speeches very confidently on any occasion in your school or college.
Speech on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan for Students of Class 4, 5, and 6
Good Morning Principal Sir, respected teachers, and my dear brothers and sisters. I am Krishna of class 2 and today on the occasion of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan I would like to convey my thoughts on this topic.
The name itself tells about the importance of the day, although it is not something to be celebrated but India is a developing nation and we have to focus on such things. Apart from economic growth, it is also necessary to promote some healthy habits.
I would really like to appreciate our government for constructing more than 90 million toilets in just 5 years. Open defecation has been controlled a lot. Developing public and personal toilets, dustbins, organising many campaigns, etc. all of these activities shows the seriousness of the topic.
Every year due to hygiene issues more than many thousands of people lose their life. The government has taken many steps and we should also contribute our best to make this scheme successful. This campaign was started on 2nd October 2014 and it was a tribute to Gandhiji because he wanted to see a clean India. Every year on the 2nd of October we feel as if how much we have progressed.
Some cities are so much focused that they grabbed the best clean city award every year. Every year the government organises many events like the cleanest railway platform, Airport, School, etc. all these events encourage us to show perform well. Cleanliness in the supreme need of India and each and every citizen should take some steps on their own to make India a beautiful country to live in.
Speech on Green India: Clean India for Students of Class 7, 8, 9 and 10
Greeting for the day! Today on the occasion of Swachhta Abhiyan I would like to deliver my thoughts in the form of a speech and hope you will find it informative.
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan was started on 2nd October 2014, on the occasion of the birth anniversary of the father of India, Mr. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. The scheme was introduced on this day because Gandhiji always had a dream of clean India. Our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi who introduced this scheme is a very big admirer of Gandhiji and always promotes his thoughts. So, this scheme was announced on this auspicious day to pay a tribute to him.
Clean India is not only a government scheme it also promotes us to keep our belongings clean. Through this scheme, the government is promoting cleanliness and sanitary facilities in India. As we know, although we are progressing still Indian roads, public places are very dirty and these things keep us on the back step. So, to bring India into the limelight, the government has started focusing on these things.
As per this scheme now you can see green and blue dustbins across your city and also in some villages, to promote good habits and personal hygiene too. The government has constructed more than 90 million toilets to reduce open defecation and spread awareness among people. Not only in villages but urban slum areas are also very unhygienic and there are many who defecate on a rail track and other places. This is the reason Indian Rail tracks are known as public toilets and also causes many accidents.
It was Gandhiji who always promoted personal as well as public cleanliness. He himself used to clean his belongings and also lived a very simple life and never hesitated in performing such kind of simple acts. He always wanted to make India a clean place to live but left us very soon. His clean India dream was left unfulfilled and our Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi took this responsibility and took an oath to gift Gandhiji a clean India on his 150th birth anniversary.
It will be not wrong if I say our government is doing a lot to bring a change but it is also our duty to follow some rules. Always throw garbage in dustbins, also take care of public places as your home, develop personal cleanliness habits, and encourage others to do so, because the government can only bring some set of rules and regulations. Become a good citizen of India play your part to make India look smart.
Speech on Swachhata Abhiyan for Class 11, 12 and Higher Classes
My dear society members, Friends, and my dear children today on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti we have gathered here to not only pay our tribute to Gandhiji but also want to tell you few lines regarding Swachhata Abhiyan.
It is not some of the deeds that make us famous it is our overall personality that plays a very important role in our development. Similarly, all of know Gandhiji because of his contribution to the freedom struggle, but very few of us know another side of life, as how active he was since his childhood in promoting cleanliness. Overall, I can say that he never hesitated in doing any kind of cleaning work and also did his chores alone. This is the reason this scheme was launched on this day.
Apart from these government rules and schemes, we also have some responsibilities. We have gathered here to discuss some of them. We live in a reputed society and being its member, it is all of our duty to develop some good cleanliness habits. The way you keep your home clean you should also keep your neighbourhood clean.
There are these many apartments in our society so, it is not possible for the sweeper to clean them every day. So, from today onwards I urge all of you to become swachhta warriors and play an important role in making your society clean.
In the Corona period, the term cleanliness and hygiene are the best weapons to fight against this deadly virus. So, clean your home and nearby area every day, don’t throw garbage here and there. There are two separate dustbins below every flat, one for wet garbage and another for dry. Take care of your animals and please make sure that they do not pee here and there. Children are requested to promote cleanliness habits and complain to their parents if they see any child doing something wrong. It is time to think about others and follow cleanliness.
There is no doubt that we are developing but when we visit foreign countries, we see the neat and clean roads and public places. It is not the government everywhere it is the people of the country following some rules strictly. In some countries if you are found spitting on the road you will be charged, so feel free because you don’t have such restrictions in India but isn’t your duty to keep your city and country clean. So, adopt good habits and also promote them.
Being a society member, I also want all of us to become role models for others so that others societies could learn from us. We cannot develop a habit in a day so practice and make sure that you every day bring them into a habit. I have also issued emergency cleanliness no. 10050026. Any society member can call on this no. in case you find any kind of mess nearby dial this number quickly. When we are taking so many measures then you should also take some steps at your own end.
I also appeal to all of you to develop these habits and contribute your best to make not only your society but also your city and country clean. Swachh Bharat Program is just a wake-up call for all of us and intelligent are those who will develop these habits. The 2nd of October is special not only for celebrating the birth anniversary of Gandhiji but it will remind you every year that how much you have progressed.