SNCF organized Mega Cleanliness Drive at 365 Railway Stations PAN India on 2nd October, 2019
The Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation (S.N.C.F.) is based on the philosophy of Sant Nirankari Mission that every person, community and nation has the power to heal & serve.
In 2010, His Holiness Baba Hardev Singh Ji established the SNCF and now under the guidance of Her Holiness Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji, the core values of the SNCF are Healing, Enriching and Empowering humanity. SNCF has reached out and touched the lives of the community with its humble and selfless service.
In continuation of empowering the nation, on 2nd October 2019, Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation (S.N.C.F.) organized a Mega Cleanliness Drive in association with Indian Railway. In this Mega Cleanliness Drive, SNCF cleaned 365 Railway Stations PAN India with the help of around 1.5 lakhs of SNCF volunteers and sewadal. Besides, they also cleaned hundreds of public parks, adopted villages and government hospitals. The drive was started at 08:00 am in all the stations and finished in the afternoon. In this drive the volunteers of SNCF displayed the slogans and created the awareness on “NO TO SINGLE USE PLASTIC” through Nukkad Nataks and cloth bags were distributed free of cost to the passengers.
In Delhi, all the six major Railway Stations, New Delhi, Old Delhi, Hazrat Nizammudin, Anand Vihar, Delhi Cantt and Sarai Rohilla were cleaned. Shri Piyush Goyal, Hon’ble Minister of Railways was present in the event at New Delhi Railway Station and highly appreciated the contribution of Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation on this day. Sh. Goyal said, it’s the Mission with devotion who has proved that “Sewa “ is the true essence of this drive which make this successful. Sister Bindiya Chhabra Ji, Executive President, SNCF also presented cloth bag to the Hon’ble Minister and other senior railway officials. Sister Mohini Ahuja ji, (Member In-charge, SNM) also presented cloth bags to Sh. T.P. Singh, GM (Northern Railways).
SNCF also conducted a cleanliness drive in three adopted villages of Haryana namely Panchi Gujran, Bodhwal Majri and Patti Kalyana. The railway station at Bodhwal Majri was also a part of this Mega Cleanliness Drive. In all over India at various locations there was movement of government officials and other dignitaries and appreciated the efforts of SNCF.
In the past also the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India and various other luminaries have applauded and appreciated the efforts of SNCF. These mega and multiple activities are carried out to implement the message of His Holiness Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj “Life gets a meaning, if it is lived for others.”