PM Modi Shares ‘Swachhata’ Message, Adorable Video Of Little Girl


New Delhi: PM Narendra Modi today shared an adorable video of a small Kashmiri girl who was doing her bit to keep the country clean. The video shared by PM Modi showed the little girl cleaning the Dal Lake and saying that everyone else should also do the same. The small girl’s video where she exclaims that Dal Lake is one of the best things but it has been polluted. Both the small girl and her father did a little bit of cleaning of the lake but that will not be enough. She urges everyone to join in and do their bit to keep the Dal Lake clean. She says the Dal is most beautiful and should not be polluted. Her video message ends by saying, ” Dal ko saaf rakhiye (keep the Dal Lake clean).” PM captioned the video as, ”Hearing this little girl will make your morning even better! Great passion towards Swachhata.”

Formerly the video was shared by the Twitter handle of India Today who captioned it as, ”The heaven on earth won’t remain the same if we continue to pollute its beautiful lakes. This little girl seems to be giving the same message as she herself takes the responsibility of cleaning picturesque Dal Lake in Kashmir. #UserGeneratedContent.” The video has been titled as ”Sunrise in Kashmir”. The video has gone viral since it hit the social media and people are going gaga over her cute video with a message. The video is indeed very thoughtful and that coming from a little girl touches us more.

As we know, PM Narendra Modi has always been very encouraging when it comes to his brainchild Swacch Bharat Abhiyan. Modi, who had on October 2, 2014, picked up a broom to launch the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, or Clean India Campaign, to promote sanitation, had written personalised letters to iconic celebrities, prominent industrialists, sports persons, film stars, inter-faith leaders and other noted personalities to enlist their support. But today not only the celebrities but common people have also joined his campaign and have been doing their bit to keep the country clean.