|A busy public road.|
How do you feel when you step outside from home and find litter spread every where. Given above is picture of a crowded road of Delhi (published in the Hindu Newspaper recently)At many places you find mounds of garbage. No one is worried . Life goes on ! No activity is stopped! We are supposed to be very neat and clean. We keep our homes neat, but once you step out to a public place,,,,,,, well no body bothers.Whether it is a public road, railway station, a market place, a school or college campus,,,,,, every where you find trash, filth, and rubbish.
The problem is that we have that 'sab chalta hai' attitude. You do not find any garbage collection dust bins on many roads. The malba is therefore thrown on the open roads, thereby posing a great threat to the residents staying nearby. A parent once complained to Municipal authorities that his son was coughing all the time and was diagnosed having infected lungs.But there was no reaction!
The condition of public places present an awful sight. It is difficult even to enter the toilets. They stink miserably.Whether it is the airport, railway station, cinema halls, colleges or schools, the situation is the same every where. Malba collected from the premises is dumped in some corner in the compound. Very few people use the malba for re cycling and make it reusable.We keep our houses neat and clean, then why can't we insist and see to it that public places also must be spic and span.!
Written for Write Tribe Ultimate Blog Challenge Day 18