Manvi Bansal, Gurgoan
It was a moment of utmost pride and nostalgia, to see thousands and thousands of people, of all castes, religion and gender, come together to save what is rightfully and dutifully theirs, Yamuna. Though, by cleaning up the Ghats, does not mean we can now rest and say that our work is done. In fact, it has just begun. We have successfully completed the first phase of the campaign that is awakening the government. Hence, there is still lot to be done!! And I am sure, that socially and environmentally aware people will successfully take this campaign to the finishing line and do the entire country proud.
Kritika Singh, Noida
It’s time we clean up the mess we've created. It’s time we make it so clean we can have picnics, play aquatic sports and meditate there. It’s time that we take responsibility and do what people call "impossible!"
Gaurv Kukreja, Student, Delhi
Our further plan is to organize competitions, road shows, plays to create awareness in the public. We need to unite as responsible citizens of the country & support the government rather than blaming it for all the problems of the nation. We should all join hands & make sure at our personal level that we don’t do anything to dirty the environment or the Yamuna.