With a Broom, PM Narendra Modi Tackled Garbage at Police Station Too

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With a Broom, PM Narendra Modi Tackled Garbage at Police Station Too

PM Modi made a surprise inspection at a police station (Press Trust of India photo)

New Delhi:  Call it the PM effect. A police station in the heart of the capital was meticulously cleaned by a team from Sulabh International after a surprise inspection by Prime Minister Narendra Modi this morning.

PM Modi was on his way to the Valmiki Basti, a colony that houses sanitation workers, nearby when he suddenly stopped his car and walked into the Mandir Marg police station in central Delhi.

The parking lot was littered with garbage. The PM picked up a broom and tackled it for nearly 10 minutes, leaving the police officers who work at the station deeply embarrassed.

The PM told them cleanliness is important. Then he left for a busy morning, crammed with events linked to the launch of the massive five-year Clean India campaign. (Read)

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Hours later, the Sulabh team in orange-and-blue uniform was spotted cleaning the premises.



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