The Bharatiya Janata Party has launched a cleanliness drive around major religious places across the state. State BJP President CR in the famous Ambaji Niketan temple of Surat city and its surrounding areas. Patil cleaned with a broom in his hand. Along with this, State Education Minister Prafulbhai Pansheriya cleaned the area around the temple with a shovel in hand. A large number of Bharatiya Janata Party leaders and workers participated in it.
Cleanliness around Ambika Niketan Temple Ambika Niketan, located in the Parle Point area of Surat, is known as Mota Ambaji. Ambika Niketan has special importance in the religious places of Surat. While the BJP has started a cleanliness drive at 23 religious places across the state, a cleanliness drive was also started from Ambika Niketan temple this morning. A huge amount of filth was also seen around the temple. Heaps of garbage were seen especially on the footpath at the back. This cleaning was done behind Ambika Niketan as part of the cleanliness drive at religious places.
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