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Cleanup Ram Ganga Campaign

Be The Change!

Cleanup Drive

To save Environment we have to plant a tree but firstly plant a tree on our mind
then only you can plant a tree on land.
So like every materialist mind, people in india and world believe that nature has a price, like really?? Totally wrong! Nature has a world that was made by her, this world and all the belongings whom we posses ours is exactly belong to Nature.
Take any example of natural treasure and think what have we done! Trees cover declining, River are dying, pollution is increasing, vegetation are reducing, global warming and climate is a well known term. So why is it so?
Its because we think this nature is our property!
Actually, Nature is not a property that you have inherited from your forefathers but indeed it is borrowed from our future generations. So its our duty to do sustainable development not for us but for our future generation.
These notions had forced me to think and do something for our city so me with my NGO Parivartan “The Change” has taken initiatives that are quite crucial for today’s generation.

In this field we have done work on mainly River Ram Ganga and Ganga Cleanliness. With a 3 month campaign on River #Ramganga we have been doing following activities since 22nd #April 2018 on #every sunday from 7-11 AM. Yes, you can visit the actual ground work and our presence will be there with the help of beautiful wall murals. The very important motive of this campaign was to aware people to take a stand to protect our dying rivers and to keep it clean. I am really glad that in my city some other NGOs & groups are being inspired by our work on rivers and took the same initiative. I hope and wish, that we will penetrate many more people to reach the goal of clean India.


Let’s save our Earth.

Let’s save our Treasure.

Let’s do our bit.

11,000 Signature Campaign

With a notion of making Ganga, RamGanga clean we started this project on 22nd April 2018 on the occasion of EARTH DAY 2018. The motive was not to clean but to aware people that Ram Ganga is our only River of town which is alive so to keep it clean is our foremost duty. So we with our dedicated team mates and volunteers started cleaning the bank of river from 29th April 2018 and did some meaningful wall mural so that people at least understood the basic thing of cleanliness.

As campaign is moving onto its 2nd stage so today we made people aware about the issues related to Ram Ganga who are living beside the river bank in a danger zone as they have already faced flood in 2010. So today more than 300 people signed their support for our campaign & pledge to clean our river clean. Our target is to collect 11000 signatures before the last week of this campaign.
The team faced both positive and negative reactions from public when we step into their houses taking the issue with Ram Ganga. We will surely try to take your voice to the administration and Government for the issue of river. The demand of sewage treatment plan to stop the waste and sewage disposal in the river & a river front to make it a amusement park will be put on front of the administration.

700 KMs Cycle Yatra

Moradabad to Varanasi

District Magistrate Moradabad Mr. Rakesh kumar Singh our chief guest. Flagged-off 700 kms cycle yatra from Moradabad to Varanasi.
On the issue of River Water Conservation and Cleanliness.
Four cyclist of team viz Kapil kumar, Deepanshu Saini, Paras Bhardwaj, vivek kumar will start their yatra at 4.30 AM on 07th july 2018 from #Moradabad.
This campaign will be supported by WWF-India & also Inner wheel club essence Moradabad presented four medical kits and ₹ 3,000 as a contribution for the yatra

1. Name of Campaign: 700kms Cycle Yatra
2. Distance Covered: 852+ kms Moradabad to Varanasi.
3. Days of Yatra: 8 days (7th July – 15 July 2018)
4. Districts covered: Total 9 (Moradabad, Rampur, Bareilly, Shahjahanpur, Sitapur, Lucknow, Rae Bareilly, Allahabad and Finally Varanasi) & touched Pratap Garh, Bhadohi also.
5. Met District Administrators: more than 25 administrative officers.
6. People directly involved: 3000+ people whom we met, talked & successfully conveyed the message.
7. People indirectly involved: more than 20000 people who crossed, have read the message on our cycles. Also along with leading newspapers, channels our awareness count has reached to the maximum people in all the districts. Approx. 1 Lac.
8. Work Field of Audience: DMs, ADMs, City Magistrates, Advocates, Social Activists, Youth Leaders, Government Employees, Businessmen, Shopkeepers, Food Vendors, Hotel owners, Restaurant Owners, Police Persons, Bankers, Junior Engineers, Railways Persons, School kids, College students, Youth & women, daily wage labourers & commuters, ordinary people.

#Details of the Cycle Yatra:-

#FlagoffDay of 700 kms Cycle Yatra:
From Moradabad. the day of flag off was 6th July 2018 when DM Moradbad Mr. Rakesh Kumar Singh flagged off the yatra & we started our journey on 7th july 2018 at 6:00 AM with blessings of God at Methodist Church, Gurudwara, Manokamna temple & Jama Masjid with our Mentor Mr. Gurbinder Singh.

Day1: In Rampur & Bareilly
The cycle yatra reached bareilly after meeting the DM Rampur Mr. Mahendra Bahadur Singh, ADM E and other employees of Secretariat in Rampur. Along with this we met members of various social organisations like Rampur Nagrik Samaj Mr. Satish Bhatiya & Rashtriye Yuva Kranti Morcha Mr. Bipin kr. Saini etc. In Milak we stopped at a petrol pump and met the owner Mr. Rama Shankar Pandey (Ex. Chairman DCDF) and staff to convey the message of cycle yatra. Finally reached Bareilly at night.

Day2: In Shahjahanpur
The cycle yatra reached Camp Office of DM Bareilly Mr. Virendra Kumar Singh in the Morning and met the entire staff of DM office. After a night stay at Mr. Pawan Kumar Vyas (Manager SBI Rampur )& Mrs. Sunita Vyas (DCB Bareilly), we adieu the residence and headed for the DM Office bareilly. From there we started our journey for Shahjahanpur and reached their at 11:00PM.

Day3: In Sitapur
The morning of yatra started with a long press conference with various press and media persons at District Court & DM Office Shahjahanpur where we conveyed our message to the audience and after a while met City Magistrate Mr. Alok Kumar Yadav & ADM E Mr. Bacchu Singh who supported & praised our committed cause for rivers. After this we headed towards sitapur where we reached at night 12:00 AM

Day4: In Lucknow
In Sitapur we reached DM Office and met City Magistrate Mr. Harsh Dev Pandey and their subordinate staff and media persons after that we covered all chawks and shops wherever we stopped to convey our message. During the journey we came across many school kids, College students & general commuters who asked the motive behind the yatra so we conveyed the message to all of them and make them aware of the dire need to be aware of the consequences of the issue. Finally at night we reached at Lucknow where we stayed at OCR Building in the residence of Mr. Jaypal Singh Vyast (MLC).

Day5: Meeting with Dy. CM UP & reached Rae Bareilly
At morning we started our yatra to the CM UP Residence at 5 – Kalidas Marg Lucknow with the team who came all the way from Moradabad to cheer us and fortunately we succeeded with a meeting with Dy. CM of UP Mr. Keshav Prasad Maurya who blessed and praised our commitment. Later on he posted the picture on his official twitter & Face book account with the team. After this meeting we met various media persons at Lucknow and Mohanlalganj who captured our story and supported the campaign by welcoming us on the way to rae bareilly. At night we reached Rae Bareilly where Mr. Atul Gupta welcomed us at famous Yadav Ji Tea Stall and we stayed at Gurudwara Singh Sahib where entire staff helped and supported the cause of our yatra.

Day6: In Allahabad
In morning at Rae Bareilly we met Head of Gurudwara singh sahib Mr. Basant Singh Bagga and his team who took care of our stay quite well. After that we met school kids of Gurudwara school who listened our motive and showed support to our cause. Then we reached at DM Office Rae bareilly where we met DM Rae Bareilly Mr. Sanjay Kumar & ADM E, City Magistrate Mr. Alok Kumar who clicked a picture and conveyed our message with the help of media persons to the entire DM Office and court Rae Bareilly. After a warm meeting with the people out there we started our yatra to the Allahabad & reached after covering he adjoining districts of Pratapgarh at 12:00 AM.

Day7: In Gopiganj (Bhadoi)
In Allahabad it was raining since morning so we got late in the yatra hence reached DM Office after covering various chawks & Roads at 1PM where we waited for 2 hours and conveyed our message to the people available in the DM Office premises then after 3PM we met with DM Allahabad Mr. Suhas L.Y & ADM E, it was a meeting for 20 minutes where we discussed various issues and he heartedly supported our campaign and flagged us off from Allahabad to Varanasi. In the evening because of rainy night we stopped at Gopiganj and stayed at a Dhaba where many commuters got involved in our yatra and we conveyed the message to all of them.

Day8: In Varanasi
After staying at Dhaba of Gopiganj for 5 hours we stared our yatra for the very final destination i.e Varanasi at morning 5:00 AM & reached there at 11:30 where in we stopped at Assi Ghat for a Holy Bath conveyed our mission to the people standing there & from there we started we cycled towards Kashi Vishvanath Temple where also we showcased our yatra and conveyed the whole idea behind this yatra to the audience. Finally at 5:00 PM we reached at Railway Station where we packed our luggage for Moradabad after the entire staff of Railway station Luggage room, Chief Parcel Superintendent Mr. Prem Narayan & other staff.

Finally returned Moradabad at 6:00 AM morning on 15th July 2018 where the team welcomed us at the Railway station.


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