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Neyveli Lignite India launches Swachhta Pakhwada

K M Dayashankar

NLCIL Chairman and MD Prasanna Kumar Motupalli  launches cleanliness drive

CHENNAI, JUNE 28, 2024: NLC India organised a mass cleanliness campaign on Friday in Neyveli Township and simultaneously in all its projects and Regional Office, Chennai in line with the Government of India directives. Mr Prasanna Kumar Motupalli, CMD, NLCIL, Dr. Suresh Chandra Suman, Director (Mines) and Shri Samir Swarup, Director (HR) involved themselves in the mass cleanliness drive.

During the event, NLCIL CMD stated that NLCIL would strive to stand first among all PSUs in the country in observing Swachhta (cleanliness) drive. He also remarked that from the time the observance of the cleanliness fortnight began in 2016, significant improvements have been achieved by NLCIL in all its Units, Offices and Township.

In Neyveli Township, the Mass Cleaning Programme was planned and carried out simultaneously at multiple locations of Main Bazaar, surrounding residential areas, Schools and Religious places. Senior Officials & Employees of NLCIL, Representatives of Recognised Unions, Associations, Welfare Associations, WIPS, CISF personnel, Teachers and Students from various schools of Neyveli & the general public enthusiastically participated in the Mass Cleaning Campaign.

Over the cleanliness fortnight, NLC India Limited organised various cleanliness drives across its project offices and Units in Neyveli. As part of the campaign, cleaning drives, awareness rallies, awareness skits, human chains and tree plantations were also undertaken by NLC India Limited’s various offices and projects.

At NLCIL’s Chennai Regional office, employees led by Mr Prasanna Kumar Acharya, Director Finance, NLCIL, Mr  K. Prabhu Kishore, Executive Director, CC & CRM, NLCIL, and Dr. T.G. Shrinivasan, Health Education Officer of the Greater Chennai Corporation enthusiastically involved themselves in the cleanliness activities at the Edward’s Elliot Beach by collecting litter, debris, plastic waste, and other pollutants from the shore. The collected waste was then segregated and handed over to the Greater Chennai Corporation for disposal.

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