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Environment activist Lisipriya Kangujam, 10, raised her voice against the mess outside the Taj Mahal. On June 21, he shared a photo of a pile of plastic and garbage on the banks of the Yamuna river outside the Taj Mahal. After this photo went viral, the Agra Municipal Corporation imposed a fine of 1 lakh on the cleaning agency. At the same time, social workers including the Mayor of Agra, councilors got the dirt spread outside the Taj Mahal cleaned.
Agra Mayor took charge
Agra Mayor Naveen Jain shared a photo of him cleaning outside the Taj Mahal.
Agra Mayor Naveen Jain launched a massive public awareness campaign to make the country single-use plastic free. Under this campaign, along with councilors and social workers, he got the dirt spread outside the Taj Mahal cleaned. He shared this information on Twitter.
voice was raised by sharing the photo
Lisipriya Kangujam shared the photo with her Twitter account on June 21.
Lisipriya Kangujam raised her voice against the mess spread outside the Taj Mahal by sharing a photo on June 21. He wrote – You must have seen this sight while seeing the Taj Mahal. You can say it is very polluted, but 1 piece of your polythene bag, a simple plastic water bottle has made it. Where millions of people come every year.
Who is Lisipriya Kangujam
Lisipriya Kaguzam, 10, hails from village Bashikhang in Manipur. Lisipriya has been campaigning for environmental protection and child rights around the world since the age of 6. He has also received the World Children’s Peace Prize, Rising Star of Earth Day Network. He has also received the Global Child Prodigy Award and Novel Citizen Award in 2021.