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Largest beach clean-up drive enters 86th week

ANI | 28 May 2017, 03:29 am
Mumbai, May 27 (ANI): The Versova beach clean-up drive in Mumbai entered its 86th week after cleaning up of the beach was done on Saturday. Untill now, over a year ago Versova beach in the city was filled with about 500,000 tonnes of garbage and people had stopped going to 2.5 km-long beach. The initiative launched by Afroz Shah, a counsel in the Bombay High Court, was launched with a few helpers in October 2015 has now become a big cleanliness drive. The beach has been cleaned of 53 lakh kgs of trash with the efforts the citizens.

Largest beach clean-up drive enters 86th week

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