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A Miraculous Metamorphosis: The Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, Narendra Modi’s

Transformative Impact of Narendra Modi's Cleanliness Campaign on India

It’s tragic but true that lawmakers fail to address some of the most fundamental human needs from time to time. Consider the very basic human desire to defecate after eating. Indian politicians have ignored this long-overdue necessity, despite the fact that it is an essential part of human biology.

How come no Indian prime minister has ever considered the need of ensuring that all residents have access to proper sanitation? Not only does not having access to bathrooms expose people to shame and indignity, but it also deprives them of their dignity.

Here’s an example that will help to illustrate the point. Imagine an individual who does not own any land. They have no choice but to invade someone else’s land whenever they feel the urge to satisfy their basic necessities. Shooing them away is a common occurrence, adding to their feelings of guilt and powerlessness. The tragic results of ignoring this fundamental human need are illustrated by this story.

A complete policy change is necessary to resolve this matter. Financial incentives for homes to construct toilets, accompanied by stringent enforcement measures, could be one answer. Envision a system whereby designated officials from the government were sent out to check on people’s toilet habits and make sure they were following the rules. By taking this proactive step, we can greatly enhance our sanitary system and help countless people regain their dignity.

Investment in sanitation offers far-reaching social benefits and also protects human dignity. Because women are disproportionately affected by unsanitary conditions, better sanitation has a domino effect that improves public health, lowers crime rates, and makes communities safer overall.

Think about the huge effect on women’s security. When a woman has to go to the toilet, she often faces serious danger, particularly at night, in many communities. Their physical health is jeopardised, and they are exposed to harassment and abuse, because there is no safe and accessible lavatory. Women can be empowered to move freely and confidently, unrestricted, by making sanitation a top priority.

Ultimately, the Clean India movement exemplifies how putting people’s fundamental needs first may bring about profound change. Initiating a revolutionary movement that goes beyond cleanliness, India has acknowledged the basic importance of sanitation. Human dignity is being promoted, inclusivity is being nurtured, and a path towards a more equal society is being paved by this movement.

Finally, access to safe water and sanitation is a basic human right, not merely an issue of personal cleanliness. Politicians must now realise the seriousness of the situation and act swiftly to guarantee that all people may use safe and respectable restrooms. After all, a more equitable and caring society, in which every person may flourish with honour and respect, can be built upon a foundation of prioritising the most fundamental human needs.


Finally, the Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, which is spearheaded by Narendra Modi, exemplifies transformational leadership and government. It has returned dignity to millions of people, cleaned up India, and paved the way for a healthier, more equal nation by tackling the apparently insignificant but hugely consequential issue of sanitation. When we consider all that the Clean India Mission has accomplished, we see that it is more than a policy project; it is proof that national transformation can be achieved through political determination and collective effort.


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Debasish Sinhahttps://www.debasishsinha.in/
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