Modi government's 'Swachh Bharat' campaign has found a new supporter this time and it is none other than Arvind Kejriwal. In a bid to rid the nation of its garbage situation and provide everybody clean sanitation, Kejriwal today tweeted that the AAP would join the 'Swachh Bharat' abhiyan on Oct 2.
AAP will join Swach bharat abhiyan on 2 Oct. But condition of safai karamcharis ought to be improved if we want a clean india.....
AAP will join Swach bharat abhiyan on 2 Oct. But condition of safai karamcharis ought to be improved if we want a clean india.....— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) September 30, 2014
Kejriwal also spoke about the condition of the karamcharis who were involved in the entire process. In reply to a letter from the government seeking AAP's support on the campaign, Kejriwal wrote: "Which Indian wouldn't want to be a part of this campaign?"
In the letter he appealed to the government to improve the working conditions of the those involved in the entire campaign, specially the 'karamcharis' who do the cleaning on a daily basis.
Swacch Bharat campaign will be launched on Oct 2. Narendra Modi said in his maiden independence day speech that by 2019 the entire country will be free of garbage and proper sanitation will be provided to every household in the country.