Swachh Survekshan 2021: Government declares India's cleanest cities

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Indore has been regarded as India's cleanest city of India for the 5th time in a row in the central government's annual cleanliness awards while Chhattisgarh retained the 1st position in the state category. Surat and Vijayawada were positions 2nd and 3rd positions respectively in the 'cleanest city' category of the 'Swachh Survekshan Awards, 2021'.


Varanasi, represented by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Lok Sabha, has been regarded as the "cleanest Ganga town" while Bihar's Munger and Patna have been ranked 2nd and 3rd in the category. Varanasi had earned a similar award last year as well.

  A huge number of city areas and states have snatched the middle's Swachh Survekshan Awards, introduced by President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday. In the yearly honor service, Indore remained as the cleanest city of the nation while Chhattisgarh became sacked the title of 'cleanest states in India' during the current year. Indore has held its position for the 5th time in succession. The other cleanest urban communities in India in the best 5 positions were - Surat second, Vijaywada third, Navi Mumbai fourth, and New Delhi, NDMC fifth.


Then again, Maharashtra's Vita city has been positioned as the cleanest city with short of what one lakh populace, trailed by Lonavala and Sasvad. As far as cleanest states, the second situation in the 'cleanest states' classification of the Swachh Survekshan Award 2021' was gotten by Maharashtra, trailed by Madhya Pradesh third, Gujarat fourth, and Andhra Pradesh fifth. These states have in excess of hundred metropolitan nearby bodies.


In the list of states with under 100 metropolitan nearby bodies, Jharkhand is regarded as first, trailed by Haryana and Goa. Area astute, Surat was positioned as the 'cleanest locale', trailed by Indore and New Delhi. State leader Narendra Modi's body electorate, Varanasi, was decreed the "cleanest Ganga town" while Bihar's Munger and Patna secured second and third spot. Gujarat's Ahmedabad was deliberated with Swachh Survekshan Awards for being the country's cleanest cantonment.


Uttar Pradesh Noida snatched two honors under the trash-free city class and furthermore arose as the country's "cleanest medium city" in the classification of 3-10 lakh populace. New Delhi Municipal Corporation was regarded as first in the nation’s 'cleanest little city' list of 1-3 lakh populace while Madhya Pradesh's Hoshangawad accomplished the title of country's 'Quickest Mover little city'.


The honor function was coordinated to perceive the great turn out accomplished for Swachhata by towns/urban areas by states and Union Territories under different drives of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban). President Kovind introduced the honor in presence of Union Housing and Urban Affairs Minister Hardeep Singh Puri and others at Delhi's Vigyan Bhavan. As per the lodging service, as many, as 4,320 urban areas were canvassed in 28 days for the overview.