GORESWAR: With a view to spread the message of cleanliness among the villagers, an awareness programme on Swachh Survekshan Grameen (SSG) was held at Bishnu Rabha Bhavan on Monday. The awareness meeting was presided over by retired headmaster Pradip Deka and the purpose of the meeting was explained by Harihar Basumatary, Junior Engineer (PHE). Addressing the gathering, Archita Bhattacharjee, Technical Officer of Swachh Bharat Mission, appealed to the Angwanwadi and ASHA workers to make their Anganwadi and health centres clean for better health and hygiene.
Attending as chief guest, Jyotirmoy Goswami, Technical Officer of Baksa PHE division, taught how to download the SSG 18 app and to use it to participate in Swachh Survekskhan Grameen. As distinguished guest, Raj Kumar Deka took part in the awareness meeting and said that as part of Swachh Survekshan Grameen, a central team would survey the schools, Angwanwadi centres, health centres, market places and religious centres in the villages. So, all the departments should maintain cleanliness in the district. He also said that awareness meetings on Swachh Survekshan Grameen were being held in each district of Assam from August 1 with a month-long programme. A cleanliness drive was also organized at the premises of Goreswar Durga Puja Mandap before the meeting which was inaugurated by Heramba Guswami, O/C of Goreswar police station.