Bangladesh Scouts on Friday started a yearlong clean-up drive at Ramna Park in the city in a bid to remove dirt and waste materials from the park.
About 400 Cubs and Scouts from the city’s 25 educational institutions participated in the inaugural programme.
The drive initiated by Bangladesh Scouts of Dhaka metropolitan unit began at about 8:00am.
The cleanliness activity will be conducted every second and last Fridays in each month.
Chief National Commissioner of Bangladesh Scouts and Power Secretary Md Abul Kalam Azad attended the programme as the chief guest while Commissioner of Dhaka Division Md Moinuddin Abdullah was present as the special guest.
Abul Kalam Azad said Scout movement is very important for the children, which will help them to become worthy citizens of the country.
Lauding the initiative by the Bangladesh Scouts, Moinuddin urged all to keep the environment free from pollution.
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