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Ullal: “Namma Netravati Namma Javabdari” campaign started


Team Udayavani, Mar 8, 2021, 8:59 AM IST

Ullal: A campaign called “Namma Netravati Namma Javabdari” (Our Netravati Our Responsibility) has been started to stop garbage from being dumped near the city’s Netravati river bank.

Many environmental activists and other like-minded youth are already working on cleaning up the garbage dumped on the Thokkottu bridge.

Students from Roshni Nilayam and Saint Aloysius College also joined hands in this work.

The campaign is being organised by Hasiru Dal and Anti-Pollution Drive.

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