INBA Clean India Campaign on the World Environment Day [June 5]: Registration Open

It is compassion, the most gracious of virtues, which moves the world.” – Thiruvalluvar, Kural (Sangam poet, Tamil Nadu, India)


Compassion is the primary instinct that builds the human identity. It would be impossible for the universe to survive without being in love.

Even in the oldest traditions as found in the Sangam Literature, believe that the very foundation of humanity, rests on kindness and affection. And we inherit our warmth from our mother nature.

Nature creates us, nourishes our values and nurtures our environment.  Nature is our creator.

Owing to this, shared chord of every human with the environment. On October 2, 2014, our Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, began his ambitious project of the ‘Swatccha Bharat Abhiyan’, to clean India.

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The campaign intends to create awareness on cleanliness and spread awareness about the importance of hygiene to every cross section of the society.

This year, in solidarity with Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, the Indian National Bar Association has initiated a campaign on the World Environment Day, to clean the cities, roads, infrastructure and plant saplings on June 5, 2017.

Participation Procedure

We sincerely look forward to a wide participation from the student fraternity of the country and request all the interested youth to please contact us at: +91-7838474837 and send their confirmation to

Let’s make a difference, together.

Note: All participants will receive a Certificate of Participation in recognition of their efforts to participate in the campaign.

For further details, click HERE.

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