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Byndoor: Newly-weds postpone their honeymoon to clean Someshwara beach


Team Udayavani, Dec 7, 2020, 1:10 PM IST

 Byndoor: A couple from Byndoor postponed their honeymoon to clean beach and have been successful in clearing debris from one part of Someshwara beach. The couple is now preparing to leave on a honeymoon trip.

Anudeep and Minusha got married on November 18 and decided to  to clean Someshwara beach before going on a honeymoon. They began picking waste materials lying in Someshwara beach from November 27 and set aside two hours for this purpose every day

They collected 500 kg waste on the first day and around 700 metres of the beach has been cleaned now. The total amount of waste they collected is around 700 to 800 kg.

Since the last two days some locals have joined hands with them.

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