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Cleanliness drive

Indian Express, March 27, 2011

Thiruvananthapuram. The Global Energy Parliament (GEP) is carrying out an ongoing cleanliness drive in Thiruvananthapuram, as part of the national movement called ‘Come, Clean India’. 

On Sunday, over 50 citizens, volunteers from organisations, students and prominent figures, assembled near the Global Energy Parliament headquarters at Anayara and cleaned the streets. They separated plastic, paper and natural waste for proper disposal as part of the Environment Cleaning Project of GEP.

Vetoor Rajan, president, Sasthra Sahitya Parishad, inaugurated the campaign and Gopakumar, Corporation Councillor, delivered the keynote address. Swami Isa, founder of the GEP and Isa Viswa Prajnana Trust, gave the invocation address. M R Thampan, secretary, GEP, also addressed the gathering.

As part of the campaign, the cleaning drive is carried out every two weeks. The GEP is an international body of scholars, scientists, professors and leaders of public opinion whose aim is to create conditions for the peaceful existence of human beings.

To know more of the Environmental Cleaning Project of GEP, contact the secretary at 0471-2742533 or 9633922647. Log on to
www.global-energy-parliament.net. 

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