Indore named cleanest city of India for 4th time in a Row

Vastavam web: Indore won the first rank for the cleanest city with a population of over 40 lakh. The fifth edition of India’s cleanliness survey, known as Swachh Survekshan, has once again shown Indore to be the cleanest city in the country, the Hindustan Times reported on Thursday. This is the fourth time indore city got this honour. Surat in Gujarat was placed at the second position, followed by Navi Mumbai in Maharashtra. In the category of areas with population less than 1 lakh, Karad in Maharashtra emerged the winner, followed by Saswad and Lonavala.

Varanasi has been chosen as the cleanest town on the banks of river Ganga. “Heartiest congratulations to PM Shri @narendramodi Ji, who represents the city in Lok Sabha, for his visionary leadership which has inspired the people of the town for this achievement,” the Union Minister said. Jalandhar Cantt has been declared India’s cleanest cantonment in the Swachh Bharat Survekshan-2020.