Mar 2, 2013
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It Hurts When Someone Entitles India as 'A Dirty Country'- Revered Guru Ji

During the 16th Mega cleanliness campaign Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan (addressed as "Pita Ji" by 50 million followers presently) exhorted that our country is identified as a religious nation and the land of sages and spiritual leaders but when the foreigners visit here and christen it as 'Dirty India', it really hurts. By God's grace a thought struck Our (Guru Ji) mind that cleanliness campaign should be organized, to generate awareness in the society about sanitization.

All religions confer the message of a fresh and clean environment as in such a surrounding only one can meditate with attentiveness. Filthy environs are prone to the outbreak of diseases like Malaria, Dengue, Swine Flu, etc. Volunteers are determined to eliminate the litter and filth from the society. This sanitization drive is akin to the great oblation. So far 15 such drives have been undertaken in metropolitan and religious cities of India, creating consciousness amongst 40-70% of inhabitants to maintain a healthy society. Similar drive in Delhi resulted in the decline of spread of diseases.

Earlier the count of Dengue in Delhi was up to 7700-8000 cases annually which declined to merely 700 cases of Dengue. With God's grace only volunteers participate in such sanitizing drives. A section of people do not believe in the existence of God. But WE (Guru Ji) assure you with confidence that God does exist and He will exist forever. With His grace only people throng over to be a part of the cleanliness campaigns. Engineers, professors, farmers, men, women, elderly people and youngsters all participate in it. The pledge-forms are also being filled by the local residents vowing to maintain hygiene around them in future. These campaigns are intended to make the masses responsive regarding sanitization. Revered Guru Ji appealed that Municipal Corporation along with the localities must maintain cleanliness and hygiene to get rid of potential risk of diseases.