Celebrated Indian author Ruskin Bond said that Indian cities have become much cleaner after the Swachch Bharat campaign that aims to create awareness about pollution. He also said that “old habits die hard and the challenge lies in addressing the issue appropriately.”
Bond, known for his literary collections like ‘The Room On The Roof’ and ‘Mr Oliver’s Diary’, was addressing an audience at the inauguration of the second edition of the Tata Steel Jharkhand Literary Meet (JLM) in capital Ranchi on Saturday, along with another noted author Uday Prakash.
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“Due to the Modi government’s Swachhta Abhiyan different cities have become cleaner than earlier,” Bond said.
However, the problem is that the people return to their old habits and it would take time to change that, Bond added.