Swachh Bharat Mission was launched as the world’s largest cleanliness drive to increase sanitation and toilet coverage in India. It aimed to eradicate open defecation in India by 150th birth anniversary of Mahatama Gandhi. While much is boasted about SBM by the government, many of its achieved objective are only on papers. The scheme of late has become just another photo op day for the celebrities and politicians. Also majority of the fund allotted was spent on advertisements and publicity.
The conception of dignity has become fundamental to the constitutional and human rights discourses in the last few decades. International conventions like the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) regard it as a central constitutive [Read More]
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