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AEML employees clean up for Swachh Bharat Mission

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AEML Management team along with employees cleaned office premises as well surrounding areas as part of Swachh Bharat Mission today in Mumbai
 
   

The employees of Adani Electricity Mumbai Limited (AEML) marked the Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations by participating in the Government of India’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. AEML took a pledge to extend its support with its employees taking part in the ‘Swachhta hi Seva Movement’ during the festivities of Ganesh Chaturthi in the city. Earlier this week, the GOI announced commencement of ‘Swachhta Hi Seva Movement’ across the country, encouraging people to pay their tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on starting of his 150th birth anniversary this year by being a part of the Clean India Movement.

Supporting the two-week long national movement, AEML employees are working on a cleanliness drive that covers the roads, coastal beaches of Mumbai spread across its distribution area in the city. As a team effort, close to 2,500 employees will be working in groups for eradicating the waste thrown on the road as well as in and around their office premises. The first day of the clean-up drive commenced by covering the areas near to AEML corporate office located in Borivali West as well other offices spread across western and eastern suburbs of Mumbai, where close 1,500 AEML employees participated whole heartedly in the drive to give their best to the society.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan marks its fourth anniversary this year. Through this initiative, AEML employees are determined to extend their contribution for the national movement. For the next two weeks, the employees of Adani electricity will be working in groups in parts of the city to collect the waste, attempting to keep the city clean during the festive time. The mega clean-up drive also aims to cover the Ganpati Idol immersion points, where a team will volunteer to clean up surrounding post Ganapati Visarjan days. The purpose of this initiative is to sensitize citizens on the responsibilities that go with the celebration of any festival.