10 Lines on Namami Gange

The Ganga is the holiest river of India, as considered by the people. It provides clean drinking water to about 48% population of India. Despite its huge importance, it has become polluted in the last several years. For making it clean again, there was a programme ‘Namami Gange’ launched by the government. Here we will read in detail about this programme through some sets of 10 Lines on Namami Gange.

Ten Lines on Namami Gange

Set – 1

1) Namami Gange is an integrated mission started by the Government of India.

2) The programme was launched in the year 2014.

3) The objective of the mission was to save the river Ganga from pollution.

4) The budget allocated for the mission was 20 thousand crores.

5) The mission had proposed to clean Ganga by the year 2020.

6) The programme was implemented in three parts as the entry-level activity, medium-term activity, and long term activity.

7) The programme was also aimed at preserving Ganga and returning its legacy.

8) For the successful implementation of the programme, the government had asked for support for even the small level authority like Gram Panchayat.

9) In the process, the government strictly closed about 50 industrial units located on the bank of river Ganga.

10) With cleaning Ganga, the government also worked on developing its nearby places.


Set – 2

1) The programme ‘Namami Gange’ was started in 2014 by then prime minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi.

2) Namami Gange was a proposed plan by then Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.

3) The budget for the said mission was passed from the parliament of India on 10 July 2014.

4) In the process, the government provided about 63 sewerage facilities near Ganga.

5) Using soaps and shampoo while bathing the river was made illegal under the programme.

6) Creating awareness among people regarding keeping Ganga clean was also a part of the programme.

7) The programmes ‘Namami Gange’ was monitored by the Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation.

8) Under the programme, the government identified some hotspots where Ganga was in the dirtiest form.

9) The government took special care of these hotspots.

10) With conserving Ganga, the government also worked on nurturing life around and under it.


Ganga is not just a river but a goddess in India. People worship it and consider bathing in it a form of purification of mind and soul. So it is very important to keep Ganga clean. Not just the effort of the government only, but ours too. We all Indians need to provide our contribution to making Ganga clean and pollution-free.

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