13 Real Life Places Where ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ Has Made A Major Impact


In 2014, when Mr. Narendra Modi took oath as India’s Prime Minister, one of his first few initiative was ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’. He appealed to the people of India to keep the country clean and hygienic and the opposition parties laughed it off as a ‘publicly stunt’.


But this didn’t stop PM Modi and he kept urging people in every rallies and public speeches. He promised the women of villages in India that he will built toilets for them and also make more public toilets so that people don’t urinate on the roads, causing more harm to the hygiene and environment.

Since 2014, the Modi government has build more than 4 crore toilets across India and more than 1, 80,000 villages, 130 districts and three states- Sikkim, Himachal Pradesh and Kerala have been declared Open Defecation Free (ODF).


India’s sanitation coverage has also increased from a meager 38 % in 2012 to 60.53% in 2016. To give you a better insight into the success of Swachh Bharat mission, let us look at some of the notable places which have changed after the launch of Swachh Bharat.


2. Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh

3. Khan Market, Delhi

4. Jamakhandi Bus Stabd, Karnataka

5. Bangalore

6. Bangalore, the front runner of Swachh Bharat Mission

7- One more from Bangalore

8- Versova Beach

9- Jhansi

10- Chandigarh

11- Vayupuri

12- Juhu

13- Bhopal

The battle has just begun and we, as a nation, have to travel a long way to make India a ‘swachh’ country. The government alone can’t do anything, it will always need our support.