Nagpur: To fulfill dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to make India plastic free, school students in city have taken a lead. Bharat Vikas Parishad (BVP) has taken an initiative to make the people aware on plastic ban by staging a Street Play. Following the suit, students of Bhide Girls School of city have also decided to make the citizens and people aware of these aspects through street play.
The Vidarbh Prant President of BVP Chandrashekhar Ghushe urged that people should refrain themselves from using plastic as it damages the Earth. He further stated that the Prime Minister has taken initiative and now the World will definitely start following him. The President of BVP South-West Dilip Gulkari stated that the initiative taken by Bhide Girls School is highly appreciable and it will definitely help the society in large. The Principal of the School Sanjivani Hedaoo stated that the event taken by the school students always has an emotional bearing on the society. Atul Deo stated that Bhide Girls School and ‘Friends Joy of Togetherness’ will be jointly organising street play on the biography of Mahatma Gandhi on the occasion of his 150th birth anniversary by name “Gandhi ki Jivangatha”.
Both these street plays are directed by Vishakha Dupare, Neeta Kukde, Manjusha Chavan, Nikita Deo and Hema Barhanpure. These plays will be organised in schools and different localities of Nagpur which plays are of 8 to 10 minutes each.
The Trustee of Gandhi Smarak Nidhi-Kasturba Bhawan Trust Sunil Patil, Ravindra Bhusari of Sahayog Trust and Jay Gala and Sarang Gupta of cultural department have taken efforts for the plays.
The PRO of BVP South-West Kaustubh Lule and Media In-charge of the school Sharvari Vaidya urged the people in large to visit the street play and help to make India clean and plastic free.