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Special Campaign 2.0 : Cleanliness campaign for quality disposal through coordination among all offices

Ministry of Road Transport & Highways

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20 OCT 2022 5:50PM by PIB Delhi

As part of the “Special Campaign 2.0”, the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH) is carrying out various activities across the country – from disposing of pending files to maintaining cleanliness at field offices of MoRTH, NHAI, NHIDCL, IRC and IAHE.

The campaign, launched on 2 October, in line with Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi’s vision, making working places clean and reduce the pendency of MP references, PMO references, Public Grievances, Parliament Assurances etc, in order to provide better services to the people.



As part of the Campaign, monitoring of disposal of pending MP references, Public Grievances, record management of files etc is being done by MoRTH on a daily basis through a dedicated portal. Efforts are being made for their quality disposal through coordination among different offices.

Accordingly, till 19 October, 347 MP references, 871 Public Grievances have been disposed of while 484 physical files have been weeded out so far. Cleanliness campaigns have been carried out at 2,433 locations, which include toll plazas, Regional Offices & PIU/PMUs of MoRTH/NHAI/NHIDCL.



As part of the campaign, Union RTH Minister Shri Nitin Gadkari himself inspected the Ministry premises recently and gave necessary instructions to the officials to ensure that the area is clean. He also took a review meeting in this regard. MoS RTH General (Dr) V.K. Singh also held a review meeting to see the progress of the campaign.

Reports have been pouring in from different parts of the country, where officials and workers are seen to be working in tandem to ensure cleanliness at various toll plazas and Way Side Amenities.



Shri Giridhar Aramane, Secretary, MoRTH while administering Swachhta pledge to the officers and staff of this Ministry, had directed to strictly follow the directions regarding maximum of 4 level of the channel of submission in decision making by Ministry and all its subordinate offices. He advised the officers to maintain absolute integrity and utmost cleanliness in all official dealings to ensure corruption free system.