Young members of civil bodies conduct cleanliness drive in Moreh

The Moreh Youth Club (MYC) in association with Kuki Students' Organisation (KSO)-Moreh block which organised the cleanliness drive in Moreh town on Friday removed huge piles of waste on the roadside of the town.


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Young members of civil bodies in Moreh of Tengnoupal district in Manipur on Friday conducted a cleanliness drive across the town as coronavirus continued to hit hard the people in the state.

The Moreh Youth Club (MYC) in association with Kuki Students' Organisation (KSO)-Moreh block which organised the cleanliness drive in Moreh town on Friday removed huge piles of waste on the roadside of the town, and they were disposed of at a waste dumping site.

The discarded waste, leftover debris, trash, garbage had piled up at the roadside right in the heart of Moreh town during the past weeks. Besides the unbearable stench emanating from the piles of wastes, their very presence had become a threat to human lives. The waste piles have also reduced the width of the road.

ADC of Moreh, N Gojendro Singh who happened to pass through the route took the time to halt and convey his appreciation for the initiative taken up by MYC and KSO-Moreh block. Refreshments for the members of KSO and MYC taking part in the cleanliness drive were provided by Hygiene Cafe-cum-Resort, and Santosh Electronic Stall.

KSO and MYC further appealed to the public of Moreh to maintain cleanliness and sanitation in their respective localities.

Later, leaders of the CVOs visited Moreh Hospital and met the doctors and staff. They expressed their readiness to help the hospital and its medical staff in case if their assistance were required.

First Published:May 9, 2021, 11:40 a.m.

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