Swachhta Abhiyan 3.0

The Ministry of Civil Aviation is set to embark on Special Campaign 3.0 from October 2nd to October 31st, 2023, with preparatory activities commencing on September 15th, 2023. Building on the success of Special Campaign 2.0 in October 2022, this campaign focuses on institutionalizing cleanliness and reducing bureaucratic backlog.

What is the purpose of Special Campaign 3.0 by the Ministry of Civil Aviation?

Special Campaign 3.0 aims to expedite the resolution of pending matters and promote cleanliness in government offices.

What were the key outcomes of Special Campaign 2.0 in 2022?

During Special Campaign 2.0, held at 134 locations nationwide, 43,224 physical files were reviewed, 32,919 files were eliminated, 42,786 square feet of space was reclaimed, and Rs. 2,65,91,760 in revenue was generated from scrap disposal. Furthermore, 582 public grievances and 145 public grievance appeals were resolved.

What achievements did the Ministry and its organizations accomplish from December 2022 to August 2023?

During this period, they disposed of 6,577 public grievances, resolved 314 MP and VIP references, freed 109,189 square feet of space, earned Rs. 2,21,07,809 through scrap disposal, eliminated 11,283 files, and simplified 36 rules.

How does the Ministry plan to institutionalize cleanliness and reduce bureaucratic backlog?

The Ministry plans to achieve this through its ongoing campaigns, such as Special Campaign 3.0, where government entities participate in cleanliness initiatives and expedite the resolution of pending matters.

What is the significance of revenue generation through scrap disposal during these campaigns?

Revenue generation through scrap disposal not only promotes cleanliness but also adds financial value, which can be reinvested for the improvement of government infrastructure and services.

Why is the Ministry committed to continuing these campaigns?

The Ministry is committed to building on its campaign achievements to maintain a culture of cleanliness and efficiency within government offices and to effectively address pending matters, ultimately serving the public better.



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