Join Swachh Bhasha campaign as a revolutionary movement and take pledge for Gaal

Posted by nilimashah01 on December 1st, 2018

Everybody knows about Swachh Bharat Campaign, launched for a clean India by 2019, an initiative by PM Narendra Modi, on the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi in 02 Oct 2014.

Swachh Bharat was implemented to clean streets, roads, public infrastructure, and get open defecation free nation to make disease free India. To spread awareness nationwide PM himself took a broom to clean the streets, Ex-president Pranab Mukherjee requested people of India to spend minimum 100 hours annually and join the campaign vigorously. Nine famous celebrities had joined the campaign initially and further 9 more joined as a chain process that gave a kick to swachh bharat campaign.  This programme had covered more than 5000+ towns with all metro cities, as day one launch. Country’s biggest cleanliness drive across the nation is now successful.

Just like swachh bharat, Swachh Bhasha is also cleanliness campaign for a gaali free India launched on the birth anniversary of Chacha Nehru ‘children day’ on 14 November 2016 by Vandana Sethhi an initiative inspired by PM Narendra Modi.The mission is to give gaali free future to our kids before it gets too late.

Swachh bhasha has implemented to clean our language and stop using filthy and curse words. It is an attempt to help our children and future generation to communicate in a culturally civilized manner and create a better world. So join the movement Swachh Bhasha Campaign.

Animals like ‘suar ke bachche’ ‘kutte ke pille’ ‘gadhe ki aulaad’ look cute but as vocabulary of language sounds bad and are very common, also converted into dialogues in movies. Moreover gaali or cuss words are now perceived as normal part of daily conversation and eventually the language and culture. Specially, in northern part of India where Bh*sd*k* treated as welcoming word even inside the family also. Film actors, stand-up comedians, politicians and others in public life are frequently using bad words corrupting the language; still such acts are being ignored. People are also enjoying them and certainly dont understand what they are enjoying is not fun.

Generally women step back, girls do avoid things, youths enjoys abusing each other, teri maa ka, meri maa ka. It’s not the time to step back or enjoy it; everybody should come-up straight against it.

Gaali is a modern disease and many people are suffering from it, become habitual also. There is no tablet or medicine to cure; it starts right from your own family. So before our kids’ changes their vocabulary take a pledge for a gaali free India.

There is no big ambassador than the public of India, citizen of India is the real representative of our country and if 128 crore desh waasi together take a pledge, anything can be changed.

It’s high time we should take actions because there is no better time than the present to embark on the path of this revolutionary movement of cleaning up our language and creating a new India that we and our coming generation will be proud of.

I request every citizen of India to join swachh bhasha campaign as a revolutionary movement and make this campaign successful.

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