BSF Soldiers Promote Health Awareness Through 'Cleanliness Freedom Run' in Munabaav
The event saw active participation from BSF personnel, local police, villagers residing in the border regions, and school students.
Barmer, India - In an endeavor to raise awareness about health issues among residents of border areas along the India-Pakistan border, the Border Security Force (BSF) organized a race as part of the "Fit India Cleanliness Freedom Run" campaign, themed around "Swachh Bharat, Swasth Bharat" (Clean India, Healthy India).
The event saw active participation from BSF personnel, local police, villagers residing in the border regions, and school students. The Thirteenth Battalion of BSF, stationed at the Munabao Border Post, orchestrated the "Swachhta Freedom Run," aligning with the broader "Swachh Bharat-Swasth Bharat Abhiyan" (Clean India, Healthy India Campaign). The enthusiastic engagement of villagers and students was palpable throughout the campaign.
The air resonated with patriotic fervor as villagers chanted "Bharat Mata" (Mother India), bridging borders through unity. Furthermore, in an effort to safeguard the environment, BSF soldiers undertook a pledge to plant saplings, exemplifying the "One Soldier, Ten Saplings" initiative, at the Munabao Border Post.