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Capt Amarinder pledges to make Punjab healthiest in India

Chandigarh, June 5, 2019-

Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh on Wednesday pledged to make the state’s healthiest in India by providing pollution free air and water.

“As we launch #TandarustPunjab 2.0, we are on our way to make Punjab the healthiest state in India by launching with a mission to provide clean air and water, safe food, and ensuring a healthy environment,” he tweeted.

“Looking forward to your support on this mission! #WorldEnvironmentDay.”

The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) has chosen air pollution as the theme for this year’s World Environment Day that falls on June 5 with China as the host country.  (Agency)

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