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Successful Cleanup Picnic in Old City Hyderabad Draws Community Support

In a heartening display of community spirit and environmental stewardship, the recent event dubbed "Cleanup Picnic" held on March 9, 2024, in Old City Hyderabad, proved to be a resounding success.

The cleanup initiative commenced at the picturesque bay of Musi River, situated just across from the iconic Salar Jung Museum. Following the cleanup efforts, participants were treated to a delightful picnic at Imliban Park, further fostering a sense of camaraderie and shared purpose among attendees.

The event garnered enthusiastic participation from various segments of society, with nearly 80 students from IIT-Hyderabad, members of EFLU (English and Foreign Languages University), delegates from the Japan Association, SIC (Social Impact Club) members, SMC (Student Management Committee) members, and crucially, residents of Old City, all joining hands spontaneously to contribute to the initiative.

A notable figure in attendance was Mr. Ronald Rose, GHMC Commissioner, whose steadfast encouragement and support provided a significant boost to the proceedings.

Collective efforts during the Cleanup Picnic resulted in the successful clearance of a staggering 3500 liters of garbage from the riverside, underscoring the tangible impact achievable through collaborative action.

As the community celebrates this achievement, organizers have hinted at the possibility of more such events in the near future, promising further opportunities for collective engagement in environmental conservation efforts.

Stay tuned for updates on upcoming initiatives aimed at fostering cleaner, greener communities and promoting a culture of environmental responsibility.


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