‘Say No to Plastic’ drive by RADCLIFFE SCHOOL, KHARGHAR

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India has achieved a lot since it became independent. But there is still a long way to go.
 It’s now been 72 years of Independence. But even after seven decades of freedom, we are yet to experience it in a real sense. Free we are from the hold of British forces, but are we free from the clutches of social evils?

Alarmed by the increasing environmental threat posed by plastic, Radcliffe School, Kharghar launched an anti-plastic drive by distributing cotton bags at the Kharghar Railway Station. The rally witnessed students accompanied by their teachers walk along carrying placards with messages of ‘Say no to plastic’, ‘A world without plastic is fantastic’, ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’ among many others. As a part of the campaign they distributed cotton bags at Kharghar Railway Station.
Students urged the public to refrain themselves from the use of plastics in their daily life

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