Top 10 Cleanest Cities in India
Cleanest Cities in India : Earlier, almost all the cities of India used to be very dirty, but ever since PM Modi has launched Swachh Bharat Abhiyan, some cities have come up in which cleanliness is very much taken care of. Although there are still many cities which do not have cleanliness, but the names of many cities are being included in the clean survey to be held every year.
Compared to earlier, PM Modi’s cleanliness campaign has spread awareness among people and now in many cities people feel hesitant to throw garbage here and there. Today, many cities of India have come out, in which a lot of cleanliness is really taken care of.
Khargone, Madhya Pradesh
Another city in Madhya Pradesh, Khargone, made headlines for being one of the cleanest cities in India, ranking 10th in the clean survey list.
Chandrapur, another city in Maharashtra, has also been considered one of the cleanest cities in India. He has finished 9th
New Delhi, Delhi
New Delhi has been ranked 8th in the list of cleanest cities. The commendable efforts of NDMC have helped New Delhi climb the list and secure 8th position. Although this infamous is known for being a polluted city, the efforts of this body have helped New Delhi to find a place in this list.
Although ranked 7th on the list of cleanest cities in India, it tops the cleanest cities category with a population of over 4 million. Like other cities, even Ahmedabad has made considerable efforts to create awareness about waste segregation which is helping the city to manage its waste efficiently. With such a move, Ahmedabad tops the list of cleanest cities in India.
Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh
Vijayawada ranks fourth in the list of cleanest cities in India, and Andhra Pradesh surpasses other states and joins the list of clean states in India. With a population of over 10 lakhs, Vijayawada has indeed made a good investment in converting the city into a clean one and ranked well in the 2020 list of India’s cleanest cities.
The cleanest city of Karnataka is also ranked 5th in the list of top 10 cleanest cities in India. After being at the helm for 2 consecutive years, Mysuru still continues its pledge to remain clean and generate minimal waste. Zero-waste plant workers ensure the separation of all household wastes into different categories, which is why the city continues to be a recurring name in the list of India’s cleanest cities.
Ambikapur, one of the oldest cities in India, has also made it to the list of 10 cleanest cities in India. The city does not have a dumping yard and is able to earn a good income by recycling waste. It has made sincere efforts to separate at least 90% of the waste generated on a daily basis.
Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra
Navi Mumbai is the third cleanest city in India and the cleanest city in Maharashtra. Navi Mumbai is a fully planned city in the western part of the Indian state of Maharashtra, which has been developing as a twin city of Mumbai since 1972. It has become the largest planned city in the world. Navi Mumbai is spread over an area of 163 sq km and comes under the jurisdiction of Navi Mumbai Municipal Corporation.
Surat, the cleanest city in Gujarat, ranks second in the list of India’s cleanest cities according to the results of the Swachh Survekshan. With the help of its municipal body, one of the fastest growing cities has become the second cleanest city in India.
Indore city of Madhya Pradesh has been selected as the cleanest city in the country. Indore is a city in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is the largest city of Madhya Pradesh in terms of population. It is also the most densely populated city of Madhya Pradesh. It belongs to Tier-2 cities in India. The Indore metropolitan area (city and surrounding area) has a population of 21 lakh people.
It serves as the headquarters of both Indore district and Indore division. It is also called the commercial capital of the state of Madhya Pradesh. With this, the city is famous as a center of education for not only Madhya Pradesh but other regions of the country. It was the capital of the princely state of Indore before India became independent. Indore city, located at the southern end of the Malwa plateau, is located 190 kilometers west of the state capital Bhopal.