Akshay Kumar, Karan Johar, Vivek Oberoi hail PM Modi for plogging at beach

On Saturday, Prime minister Narendra Modi plogged on Mamallapuram beach and he set an example of Swachh Bharat. Out Bollywood celebrities from Akshay Kumar to Karan Johar hailed PM Modi’s cleanliness move and they spoke great about the great leader.

Here’s what they tweeted:-

Akshay Kumar tweeted, “Hon. Prime Minister @narendramodi ji, the best leaders are those who lead with an example! Also it is such a great activity to stay fit and at the same time keeping our public places clean.”

Appreciating Modi’s fitness with cleanliness move, filmmaker Karan Johar wrote on Twitter, “This is the perfect communication Honourable Prime Minister sir! @narendramodi Your initiative will ensure we have accountability to our public places and keep the sanity levels high! A Clean India! A Fit India! That’s the mantra!”

Anupam Kher wrote in Hindi, “This picture of the Prime Minister picking trash at a beach will go on to become the symbol of simplicity and honesty in the world. It is not just a glimpse of the Swacch Bharat campaign but also shows the image of a fakir. How can such a person be afraid of anything. Jai Ho.”

Feeling proud, Vivek Oberoi tweeted, “A true leader always leads by example. Hats off to you @PMOIndia. This is truly incredible & inspiring to each one of us. Thank you for making us such proud Indians. We all must make it a point to plog for a healthy and clean India! Jai Hind.”

On Twitter, Modi released a three-minute video, which showed him collecting the waste as he walked barefoot on the sand, and urged the people to ensure that public places are clean and tidy. “Plogging at a beach in Mamallapuram this morning. It lasted for over 30 minutes. Also handed over my ‘collection’ to Jeyaraj, who is a part of the hotel staff.”

“Let us ensure our public places are clean and tidy! Let us also ensure we remain fit and healthy,” he tweeted. 

In another tweet, he said:”Refreshing walk and exercises in Mamallapuram, along the scenic coast.”