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Gadkari visits Parmarth Niketan camp at Kumbh


ALLAHABAD: Union minister Nitin Gadkari visited Parmarth Niketan camp at the ongoing Kumbh mela on Friday.

The minister held a temporary discussion with Swami Chidanand that was once centered on advancing the unfold of the Geotube physio-remediation water treatment programs.

Chidanand first brought this technology as a pilot plan in Rishikesh last 12 months, developing India's first 'Sewage to Selfie point' through a blended effort of European scientists and Indian engineers.

The central and state executive of Uttar Pradesh had been so impressed with success of these tasks that also they are utilising this technology proactively to clean up the nalas (sewers) flowing into the Yamuna and Ganga rivers, especially in Prayagraj forward of the Kumbh Mela, to purify the waters during which the tens of hundreds of thousands of pilgrims have taken holy dip.

During their assembly, Swami Chidanand emphasised to deliver the technology to the Assi and Varuna rivers and to create extra 'Sewage to Selfie points' in main towns alongside the Ganga, such as Kanpur and Patna.

He lauded the efforts of the National Mission for Clean Ganga and was once happy to be assured by way of the Union minister that by way of 2020 no untreated sewage would run into the holy river.


"When our rivers are clean, our nation is healthy. When there is Ganga, there is tomorrow. As Ganga thrives, India thrives. If we let Ganga die, India dies", Chidanand stated.


Chief minister of Gujarat Vijay Rupani additionally visited the Parmarth Niketan on Friday.


Rupani stated, "Pujya Swamiji's slogan 'beti hai to kal hai aur Ganga hai to jal hai' is the need of the hour. The protection of the girl child, ending child marriage and saying yes to her education and empowerment is crucial for the progress of our nation."


"Similarly, without Ganga there is no life and it also plays a crucial role in the protection of the mother nature and the preservation of the future of festivals like the Kumbh Mela that are entirely centered around her flowing waters," he added.


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