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I CLEAN UP AT HOME AND OUR OFFICE IS

By Digital Edge Bureau, 03.10.2014, 09:17
 


Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s five-year Clean India campaign has found a celebrity supporter in actor Aamir Khan.

The Dhoom: 3 star told the press today: “I clean up at home and our office is waste-free. We should all support the Prime Minister in this step.”

Aamir, whose social activism TV show Satyamev Jayate has highlighted issues such as female foeticide and medical malpractices, also said, “I will be happy if they offer me this responsibility.”

Aamir emphasised on the need to be mindful of how waste products are disposed of. “Municipal Corporation has to use the solid and waste material in the right way,” he said.

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