Four cities from Karnataka in top 10; West Bengal does well with 25 cities in top 100
GN Bureau | August 12, 2015
Uttar Pradesh has performed veyr poor in centre’s Swachh Bharat test. In a ranking of 476 cities conducted by ministry of urban development, only one UP city, Etawah, has figured among the cleanest 100 cities. In fact prime minister’s constituency Varanasi in Uttar Pradesh is among the bottom few cities with poor sanitation practices. The temple town ranks 418 among 476 cities. Bulandshahar, a western UP town is among the bottom 10 cities in the ranking.
The rankings are based on the extent of open defecation and solid waste management practices in these cities.According to the ranking announced by the ministry, Mysore Karnataka is the cleanest city with minimal open defecation and extensive adoption of solid waste management, sewage management practices, drinking water and water bodies quality.
Swachh Bharat ranking of capital cities :
|S.No||Capital city||Swachh Bharat Rank|
|4||New Delhi Municipal Council||16|
|S.no||City||Swachh Bharat Rank|
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