A 2012 batch IAS officer, Dharma Reddy assumed responsibility as the collector of Medak in March this year. Not long after he was posted, he built up direct contact with the general population of his locale.
Envision yourself strolling down the road– you discover an open defecation site. What might your regular nature be? To flinch your nose, and stroll around it?
As per a report in Telangana Today, Medak Collector K Dharama Reddy has left everybody startled by what he did at the as of late finished up Sustainability of Open Defecation Free (ODF) workshop directed by the Swachh Bharat Mission in Pune.
Soon after the orderlies of the workshop were given an exhibition about changing human waste into natural fertilizer, Dharma Reddy went into a latrine pit and discharged natural compost with his uncovered hands.
A 2012 batch IAS officer, Dharma Reddy assumed responsibility as the collector of Medak in March this year. Not long after he was posted, he built up coordinate contact with the general population of his district.
With such duty and truthfulness, comes about are certain to take after. In November 2017, Medak turned into an open defecation-free district and is presently the eighth in Maharashtra to do as such.
A large number of us don’t yet totally comprehend the issues that the open-defecation postures. In an earlier story, we secured Parameswaran Iyer, a former IAS officer who right now drives the Swachh Bharat Mission for the Government.
Parameswaran Iyer quit his high paying activity in the US and came back to India to be a piece of the Swachh Bharat Mission. He traversed the world as a major aspect of his previous part at the World Bank and has various perspectives on the issue of open defecation. You can read about his initiatives here.
It was Swami Vivekananda who said, “Give me 100 energetic youth, I will transform the country.” These present day legends inspire us to do our bit and enable us to raise ourselves to higher gauges.