Video of BJP MP from Rewa Janardan Mishra is viral on social media. In the viral video, he is cleaning the toilet of the girls' school. They have glazed the toilet with bare hands.
Bhopal: Video of BJP MP Janardan Mishra is going viral on social media. BJP MP is seen cleaning the toilet at a girls’ school in the state with his bare hands on Thursday. He was cleaning the toilet with his hands. He did not have a brush not even gloves. The toilet that the MP is cleaning belongs to the Government Girls School. Supporters have made a video of him cleaning the toilet. After this, he himself has also tweeted this video and has tagged PM Modi.
A tree plantation program was organized by BJP Yuva Morcha on Thursday morning. To attend this, the MP reached Khatwari area located in Mauganj. After reaching here, he reached the Government Girls School. During the inspection, the school toilet was found dirty. After this the MP himself started cleaning with his own hands. He started cleaning his hands from the toilet. There was no arrangement of brush and gloves for cleaning in the toilet. During this, the MP himself got involved in cleaning by arranging water.
पार्टी द्वारा चलाये जा रहे सेवा पखवाड़ा के तहत युवा मोर्चा के द्वारा बालिका विद्यालय खटखरी में वृक्षारोपण कार्यक्रम के उपरांत विद्यालय के शौचालय की सफाई की।@narendramodi @JPNadda @blsanthosh @ChouhanShivraj @vdsharmabjp @HitanandSharma pic.twitter.com/138VDOT0n0
— Janardan Mishra (@Janardan_BJP) September 22, 2022
After a while, he dazzled the toilet. After this, he has tweeted the video to the big leaders of BJP including PM Modi. Its video is now going viral. Actually, BJP MP Janardan Mishra was often in the headlines for his rhetoric and methodology. Now he is making headlines by cleaning the toilet. Even before this he has cleaned the toilet many times.
Mr Mishra later said that it is one’s duty to maintain hygiene and cleanliness – a message that has been delivered by Mahatma Gandhi and Prime Minister Modi. He added that this wasn’t the first time that he took part in such a cleanliness drive.
Prime Minister Modi had launched the Swachh Bharat Mission on October 2, 2014. Under the mission, all villages, panchayats, districts, states and union territories in India declared themselves “open-defecation free” by October 2, 2019, the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. As part of this project, more than 100 million toilets were built in rural India, according to government data.