Hospitals are in the Vanguard of Modi’s Clean Drive
New Delhi, October 21: Hospitals have taken to join PM Narendra Modi’s Swach Bharat (Clean India) Mission in a big way. Super specialty Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital took the lead today in NCR to launch the cleanliness drive in and around the Hospital.
The cleanliness drive by Pushpanjali Crosslay that began at 9am and continued till 12 noon was also supported by Sun Valley School, Vaishali Fire Station and Trade Associations. The aim of this program was not only to keep the area surrounding Hospital clean, but ensure that the message of cleanliness is spread amongst the society. The Swachata Abhiyaan began from Vaishali Sector-1 traffic red light and continued till Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital, and including the back lane of the Hospital by cleaning and collecting the roadside garbage and dumping them onto the trucks which disposed them in the dumping area.
This mission was led by the Chairman and Managing Director of Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital Dr. Vinay Aggarwal, Director- Dr. Gaurav Aggarwal, along with the team of 80 Doctors, hospital staff led by Mr. Dhiraj Sharma, Mr. Sanjeev Sharma, Dr. Aman Khera, Dr. Abhinav Verma, Dr. Ruby Bansal, Ms. Rama Chettri and Dr. Parmanad.
Apart from Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital’s Management and staff, total 100 students and teachers from Sun Valley School, 25 Fire Brigade Officials led by Asst. Fire Officer Shri. Akshay Kumar Sharma actively participated in the cleaning drive.