MUMBAI: State Bank of India (SBI) organized a cleanliness drive today on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s birth anniversary. Over 250 SBI employees including Chairman Arundhati Bhattacharya and other top management of the bank came together and cleaned the area in and around Girgaum Chowpatty in Mumbai. The cleanliness drive also witnessed active participation of over 500 employees from across various offices of SBI in the country.
Bhattacharya said, I would like to thank and congratulate Hon’ble Prme Minister Shri Narendra Modi for inspiring us with his initiative of Swachhta Hi Seva. Hopefully this will encourage everyone in the country to come together and help turn Gandhiji’s dream of clean India, into a reality.”
“SBI’s commitment towards Digital Banking is another way of supporting swachh bharat as less usage of paper will lead to lot of reduction in waste and making the environment healthy and a clean place to live.”, further added.
She further added, “Today being Gandhi Jayanti, we could not ask for a better day to pledge for India’s growth in all aspects and this is just the beginning with a lot more to do”.
The event observed SBI workforce uniting together to make Girgaum Chowpatty and rest of India dirt free. This drive will help make India healthy and prosperous. SBI aims to improve the quality of life in the country and make India sustainable by carrying forward this initiative on a regular basis.
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