The industrial city Narela adjacent to the capital Delhi was spruced up on Friday. Around 3 lakh followers of Dera Sacha Sauda cleaned up the whole city under the banner of 'Ho prithvi saaf, miteyn rog abhishap' (Cleanse the planet earth to remove the curse of disease ) within two hours. Volunteers of Shah Satnam Ji Green 'S' Welfare Force wing reached over there and brightened the city within few hours. On seeing this every onlooker was found saying, "Today, Narela is looking awesome". There is unique fragrance in the environment due to the cleanliness campaign. To participate in this drive the activists arrived from Haryana, Rajasthan, Punjab, Delhi, U.P., Chandigarh and other states. When Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan inaugurated the campaign by cleaning the specified area and releasing the balloons at Y point Bavana- Bharegadh Narela Chowk then scores of volunteers marched ahead and moved to the different areas of the city and cleaned it.
Handover the cleaning responsibility to us and we will tell what exactly the cleanliness is- Revered Guru Ji
For Saints the whole world is their own but where do they incarnate they have great love especially for that country. This passion was worth seeing and found during the cleanliness campaign at Narela when His Holiness Guru Ji exhorted, "Not only Yamuna, Ganages but we are ready to clean up the whole world and you would not find any litter and garbage there. Just handover us this responsibility then we will let you know what the sanctity of rivers is. It is very embarrassing when the foreigners visit our country and address it as Dirty India. Being the religious country it is essential to clean up the holy places and we are ready to do it. For cleaning up the Yamuna river there has been a positive discussion with the Govt. representatives several times. If five to ten lakh volunteers come ahead to clean it up then it is possible within two days because, Dera Sacha Sauda conducts the cleanliness campaign in association with the Govt. and other social workers. In future, mega cities would be considered for being a part of this drive where tourists visit is frequent; so India's name as 'Vishvguru could be justified."