We have provided a very simple and easily worded speech on ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ or ‘Swachh Bharat Campaign’. It is a ‘Clean India’ drive run by the government since 2014 to make India a clean India. Cleanliness is a major social issue in India and this campaign deals with how to solve the problems arisen due to the lack of cleanliness in India. Dear students, you are at the right place, use any of the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan speech given below according to your need and choice to participate in the cleanliness drive of India. Being the future of the country, you can lead the ‘Clean India Campaign’ in your society, community, schools or colleges to initiate cleanliness in the surrounding areas and make this drive a successful campaign.
Long and Short Speech on Swachh Bharat Abhiyan
Good Morning Respected Principal, Teachers and My Dear Friends!
As today we all have gathered here on the great occasion of Gandhi Jayanti, taking the opportunity I would like to say a few words on one of the most important topics in India known as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. A campaign launched by the government of India to deal with the problem of cleanliness across the country. This campaign is especially subjected to educating and acknowledging people about the importance of cleanliness in our surroundings.
This campaign was launched as a tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd October 2014 at Rajghat by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Mahatma Gandhi, the father of India always believed in cleanness in his surroundings and once said that cleanness is more important than independence.
This campaign especially aims at providing people access to toilets and stops the open defecation system, cleaning rivers like Ganga and Yamuna that are highly polluted, spreading awareness about waste management, etc. This campaign is a huge step taken by the Indian Government towards the development of India because cleanliness opens the door for prosperity and success in life and this could be only successful when every citizen of India will pledge to maintain cleanliness in the surroundings as it’s not only the responsibility of the government.
Respected Principal, Teachers, and Dear Students!
As we all know that cleanliness is one of the major concerns of the government for few years and therefore, today, our NGO has organized this assembly in this college to acknowledge people about the importance of cleanliness in our lives. Our aim is to make people aware of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and make India a clean and healthy country.
This campaign was launched on 2nd October 2014 at Rajghat by our Prime Minister Narendra Modi and this campaign is not only limited to cleaning the surroundings where we do live but also cleaning the air around us by planting plants and trees, cleaning and maintaining our rivers, removing open defecation system with toilets at home, etc.
Removal of dirt in surroundings will also ensure the removal of deceases too. Cleaning the country is a step towards our development. Its benefits are not restricted to the removal of deceases but also it will help in climate change as we will plant more and more trees. It’s more about saving our mother earth and the nature she has which is getting worst day by day due to our non-eco-friendly activities.
Let’s take the pledge to clean our country and make India a clean and a decease free country because “Swachh Bharat Sashakt Bharat”.
Good morning to all. My name is …… and I study in the class…. As we have gathered here on this great occasion, I want to say something in my own words in front of this big crowd about the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. I especially chose this topic because of the increasing need for cleanness all around India which can only be done by the support of each and every citizen of the country. The great person of India, Mahatma Gandhi had said, “Sanitation is more important than Independence”. India is still a developing country because of poverty, lack of education, lack of cleanliness and other social issues. We need to eliminate all the bad reasons from society causing obstruction in the growth and development of our country.
And I think that cleanliness drive is the best start for eliminating social issues from society as well as promoting the growth of the country with its citizen’s individual growth. Only the success of the cleanliness campaign can bring a huge positive change in India. It will support the internal and external growth and development of everyone living in India which shows us the completeness of the slogan of “Clean, Happy and Healthy Citizens imparts Healthy and Developed Nation”. Swachh Bharat Abhiyan or Clean India Campaign was started by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi on 2nd of October, 2014 on Gandhi Jayanti (145th birth anniversary),
Mahatma Gandhi was well aware of the weakness of the Indian rural people during his time of the Indian Independence Movement. He dreamt of making this country a clean country and even he had emphasized a lot by many means among rural people, however, he could not complete because of the incomplete participation of the people. After many years of independence, we are still living in a dirty environment and putting our lives in danger every moment. According to a report, around 30% of the rural people do not have safe access to the toilets and use open defecation system in the fields. The Former Indian President, Mr. Pranab Mukherjee said while addressing the Parliament in June 2014 that “For ensuring hygiene, waste management and sanitation across the nation a ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ will be launched. This will be our tribute to Mahatma Gandhi on his 150th birth anniversary to be celebrated in the year 2019”.
In order to ensure hygiene all over the country, it is very necessary to solve the problems of sanitation, safe toilet, and proper waste management. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi has emphasized people about ‘Clean India’ during his speech on August 15, 2014, on the Indian Independence day however the mission was launched successfully on the 2nd of October in 2014. This mission has targeted its completion until 2019, the 150th birth anniversary of Bapu. This mission targets to fulfill the sanitation facilities to all as well as eliminate all the unhealthy practices of people by 2019. It was the 25th of September 2014 when the first cleanliness drive was started by the Indian Prime Minister. It is counted as a major awareness campaign in India which became viral.
Proper hygiene and cleanliness have the capability to change the global perception about India and can attract more tourists every year which in turn will increase the economy of India to a great level. According to this campaign, every Indian citizen has been requested to devote 100 hours annually for cleanliness in India. There is also a norm to make separate toilets for boys and girls in each and every school and college all over India for the safety and hygiene of the students. As a student and most importantly an Indian citizen, I too request all the people gathered here to participate in this mission to complete it by 2019.
Jai Hind, Jai Bharat.
Swachh Bharat, Shashakt Bharat.
Good morning to the respected Principal, teachers and my colleagues. My name is……, I study in class…. First of all, I would like to say a big thanks to my class teacher to give me some time on this great occasion to give my opinion on the big campaign of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in front of you all. It is said that the youths of the country are the future of the country.
So, as being a citizen, student, and youth of the country I have understood my responsibility for the country’s development and chosen this topic to improve the awareness about this mission among people of India. This mission is also called as the ‘Clean India Mission’ or ‘Clean India Campaign’. It is a major national campaign started by the Indian Government in 2014 on the 2nd of October. The date of the launch of this campaign was chosen 2nd of October which is the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi because it was the dream of Bapu to make India a clean India.
The campaign of clean India was officially launched at Rajghat, New Delhi by Prime Minister Narendra Modi after cleaning the streets by himself. This mission is the biggest ever cleanliness drive when approximately 3 million government employees including school and college students took part in the event. The Indian Prime Minister initially nominated nine famous personalities of India while launching the campaign to initiate this campaign in their own regions as well as bring fluency in the drive. He also requested all those nine personalities to call another nine people to continue this chain (like a branching of a tree) until each and every Indian gets involved in the mission because it has to be completed till 2019, the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi.
This mission aims to make the availability of the individual sanitary latrines, converting dry latrines into low-cost sanitary latrines, hand pump, proper bathing, sanitation, set up of sanitary marts, drains, soakage pits, solid and liquid waste disposal, increase people awareness about health and hygiene, maintain environmental and personal hygiene, etc. Earlier to this mission in 1999 on 1st April, the Government of India has implemented the sanitation programs called ‘Total Sanitation Campaign’ (TSC) however it was not so effective even after the launch of an incentive scheme called Nirmal Gram Puraskar in order to boost the TSC. Later, on 1st April 2012, the same program was renamed as Nirmal Bharat Abhiyan (SBA) and finally, it was re-launched as Swachh Bharat Abhiyan on 2nd of October in 2014.
The main objective of this campaign is to achieve the vision of a ‘Clean India’ by 2019, the 2nd of October (150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi). This mission has been declared by the Indian government as “beyond politics” and “inspired by patriotism” to give its credit to all citizens of India. Some other specific objectives are complete elimination of open defecation in every area, eradication of manual scavenging, promotion of reuse and recycling of municipal solid wastes, bring behavioral changes to people regarding hygiene and health, link it to public health and facilitate private-sectors to hugely participate in this mission for capital expenditure and maintenance.
Jai Hind, Jai Bharat.
Swachh Bharat, Khushal Bharat.
Good morning to my respected Principal and teachers. I…… study in class…… want to give my opinion over the ‘Swachh Bharat Abhiyan’ in front of all of you on this special occasion. I have specially chosen this topic to be part of the campaign and increase its awareness among the public. ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ is a big campaign ever in India because around 3 million government employees and students have taken part on the day of its launch. This mission seeks the active participation of the people of any age group from all corners of the country and has to be completed till 2019, the 2nd of October, the 150th birth anniversary of the Mahatma Gandhi. This campaign was specially launched on the 2nd of October in 2014 (145th birth anniversary of the Mahatma Gandhi) to fulfill the vision of ‘Clean India’ of Mahatma Gandhi.
Mahatma Gandhi had dreamt of clean India and said that “Sanitation is more important than Independence”. According to the data of the 2011 census, it was estimated that only 32.70% of the total rural population has access to the toilets. According to a UN report, India is a country where the largest number of people in the world use open defecation system. However, after the launch of this campaign, the figures have drastically changed. As of November 2018, now 96.55% of the total rural population has access to the toilets and more than 5 lakhs villages have been already made open defecation free. The nationwide cleanliness campaign of Prime Minister Narendra Modi ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ was started from the Valmiki Basti in New Delhi. He had requested the 1.25 billion people of India to join the campaign while addressing the nation on the day of launch.
He himself swept the pathway of Valmiki Basti after paying tribute to the memorials of Mahatma Gandhi and former Indian Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri on their birth anniversaries. He said that the “Swachh Bharat Campaign logo is not just a logo, through it Gandhiji is watching us and we all should clean India”. It is not the only responsibility of the government to do everything. Be it temples, mosques, gurudwaras or any other place, we must also take efforts to clean our surroundings. Cleanliness is not only the responsibility of the ‘safaai kaamgar’, but it is also the responsibility of 125 crore Indians. If Indians can reach Mars, can we not clean our neighborhoods?”
Swachh Bharat Abhiyan has following objectives: to make availability of individual toilets, eliminate open defecation, enhance public awareness for cleanliness, promote the use of latrine among common public, promote behavioral changes, keep villages clean, proper disposal of solid and liquid wastes, set up water pipelines in villages, ensure water supply, etc. This mission is the ultimate goal to make our country a clean and developed country forever having clean and happy citizens.
Jai Hind, Jai Bharat.
Clean Bharat, Happy Bharat.
My name is……, I study in class……. First of all, I would like to say good morning to the respected teachers. I am very grateful to my class teacher that she trusted me and gave me a chance to show my talent for speaking in front of you. I have selected the topic of Swachh Bharat Mission, a Clean India Campaign because of its necessity and a big responsibility for all of us. It is a mass movement started by the government to make India, a Clean India by 2019. Mahatma Gandhi, who is also known as Bapu or father of the nation, has always emphasized people on ‘swachhta’ for their healthy and prosperous life however it could not become so effective because of very little co-operation from the people.
Keeping in mind about India’s cleanliness and health, the Indian government launched a campaign called ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ on the 2nd of October in 2014 (145th birth anniversary of Bapu) and aimed to complete it till 2nd of October 2019 (150th birth anniversary of Bapu). This mission is implemented to cover all the rural and urban areas of the country for maintaining cleanliness. The Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said while launching the mission that, “I do not make any claim that only the newly elected government has done everything. All governments have done something or the other to achieve cleanliness in the country; I greet all of them for this. Swachh Bharat mission is beyond politics. It is inspired by patriotism and not politics.”
Cleanliness is not limited to any person or place; it is the responsibility of everyone to clean themselves as well as their surroundings to really make India a clean India in near future. It is the combined responsibility of 1.2 billion people living in the country. In order to make this campaign an effective and successful mission, the Indian Prime Minister has planned to make a chain of nine people. On the day of the launch of the mission, PM nominated nine Indian personalities to involve in the mission in their own areas in order to initiate this campaign. He also requested them to again nominate another nine people to join the campaign to continue this chain until the message of the campaign reaches everyone in all corners of the country.
The aim of this campaign is to maintain cleanliness and hygiene in each and every corner by completely eliminating the open defecation in the country. The maintenance of cleanliness and hygiene in India would bring great opportunity in the country to enhance its economic status by improving the tourism sector to India as well as keeping its citizens healthy and happy. Cleanliness would keep everyone happy and healthy in all aspect whether physically, mentally, socially or intellectually by reducing the chance of diseases.
Jai Hind, Jai Bharat.
Clean India, Disease Free, and Economically Strong India.