A public awareness campaign - 'Jodhpur ke Humraah' was held in Jodhpur on 28th December 2014, led by the students and teachers of Satya Bharti School Lordi, Harinagar Clusters and the entire district team of Jodhpur. The team encouraged local people to take the pledge of cleanliness and work towards a cleaner Jodhpur. They also introduced the concept of signage for dustbins to encourage people to dispose garbage in the right manner.
Honb’le Member of Parliament from this region, Mr. Gajendra Shekhawat extended his support to Bharti Foundation in this campaign, a joint initiative of Bharti Foundation and the 'Rajasthan Patrika Group’.
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