Credai Bengal heads towards a ‘Clean India’ campaign

KOLKATA: Credai Bengal, the state chapter of confederation of real estate developers’ associations of India, is soon to take a pledge of a ‘Clean India’ and ‘Skilled India’ at Credai Conclave 2014 to be held on 24 and 25 November 2014.

The real estate developers’ body will adopt the ‘Swacch Bharat’ mission aligned with the policy direction by Credai. It is initiating a zero-garbage campaign in housing complexes, developed by its members and experiment on alternative models for garbage reduction and better waste management. Through this campaign, Credai would become the first among the associations of industry to adopt the mission as an organisational endeavour.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to address the delegates of Credai Conclave 2014 through an audio visual link and provide Credai with a sense of direction on its endeavour of a ‘Clean India’ and ‘Skilled India’.

Credai Bengal president Sushil Mohta says, “Credai Bengal aims to impart skills amongst the construction workers. We hope to introduce vocational and training programmes, an agenda that will be deliberated during the conclave.”

The ‘Swacch Bharat’ campaign aims to accomplish the vision of a clean India by the 150th birthday of Mahatma Gandhi. This pledge touched a chord with the Credai fraternity nationally, motivating its members to try out alternative models for garbage reduction and waste management.

Credai national vice president and Credai Bengal ex-president Harsh Vardhan Patodia concluded, “With our thought process being already aligned to the core objective of the Swachh Bharat Mission, it is natural for us to jumpstart this endevour and engage with the programme initiatives of the mission.”

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