In order to make some awareness about cleanliness at the picnic spots, Islamabad Jeep Club ( IJC) organised a mission clean-up campaign in Kumrat Valley, situated at the junction of Kalam and Dir (Swat) in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa during the recently held Summer Camp.
The members of the club who took part in the campaign included founder of IJC Dr Ehsan Kiyani, President Dr Nadeem Naeem and Vice President Asad Marwat besides other members. They gathered 10 bags of garbage spread in the Kumrat Valley. Each bag contained 30 to 40 kg waste materials which were left behind by the tourists who visited valley during the last few months.
The urged the participants to make this awareness amongst the domestic tourists specially students & youngsters.
“The beautiful and scenic valleys remain beautiful until and they are neat and clean. The bad phase starts when the tourists leave garbage which spoils the natural beauty, they added.
Published in The Express Tribune, July 14th, 2018.
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