Punjab

AWARENESS DRIVE ON SANITATION BY STREET PLAY

November 23, 2020 10:21 PM

Abohar (Face2News)

Under the “Chokho Abohar” project, which Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh had announced last month to take out Abohar of filthiest town stigma, the artists of “Aks” a non-profit theatre society staged Nukkad Natak “Chokho” inMaharana Pratap Market, Ghantaghar Chowk and Nai Abadi area. Aks spokesman Raghav Nagpal said that the street play was staged to make people aware about cleanliness.

  Deepak Kamboj, writer and director said it is often seen that after cleaning their houses properly, peoplethrow the garbage in the streets, we find manywomen throwing the peels of vegetables, fruits in the street which is very wrong because if the city is not clean then how will we be healthy. Now we have to wash the dirt stains on Abohar and bring the segment again in the category of clean cities. We have to do all this for no one but ourselves because we live in this city.

Manchita Verma, Nidhi Verma, Vikram Kamra, Ashwini Miglani, Prashant Gupta, Bobby Sandha, Saksham Kamboj, Deepak Kamboj, Neeraj Miglani, Mangat Verma played key roles in theplay. On the occasion, Sanitary Inspector of Municipal Corporation Ashwani Miglani appealed to the residents to separate the wet and dry garbage and put the same in rickshaw-rehris with which sanitation workers move through the streets each day

 
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