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Charitable organisation launches Yamuna purification drive

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A charitable organisation organises a peace march in Delhi in support of a clean Yamuna.

New Delhi. Lord Shree Lakshami Narayan Dham, a charitable organisation based in India, organised a peace march today in support of Yamuna Purification Campaign. The march having devotees and saints from across the country, passed through Janpath Marg crossing, Jantar-Mantar and reached the Prime Minister’s Office. A delegation including actor Arun Govil, Gajendra Chauhan Bhai, Mandeep Nagpal, Sushil Verma, Visha Raman Nirmal handed over a memorandum to the President and Prime Minister.

The participants of the march were angry with the apathy of the state and the central governments towards purification of the Yamuna. The devotees displayed their anger through placards. The demonstrators warned that if the government does not take appropriate measures to address the issue, millions of devotees will take to the streets.

Addressing the gathering, Arun Govil said, “It is very unfortunate and a matter of concern that despite declaration of Yamuna Action Plan by the central and the state governments, the water of Yamuna is not potable even today. Industrial affluent and sewerage water is flowing into the Yamuna unabated.”

Sushil Verma, spokesperson of the Lord Shree Lakshami Narayan Dham said, “Millions of Indians have vowed for purification of the Yamuna under the leadership of Reverend Brahmarshi Shree Kumar Swamiji.”

The organisation has given the government a deadline of March 1, 2013, after which they would intensified the agitation.


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