Over 15,000 people sweep Dhaka street for Guinness World record

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As many as 15,313 people swept a 300-metre long street in the capital in a cleaning campaign launched by Dhaka South City Corporation or DSCC in a bid to create a new Guinness World record.

The city corporation also aimed to make Dhaka residents of cleanliness.

Over 15,000 people sweep Dhaka street for Guinness World record.

Residents of Vadodara, the 10th cleanest city in India, created a new Guinness World record with 5,058 people sweeping a venue on May 28 last year.

Mayor Mohammad Sayeed Khokon inaugurated the campaign ‘Dettol Porichchhonno Dhaka” on Friday.
“Through this event we would like to send a message to the world that we are a nation of cleanliness.”

The certificate of the world record will be awarded by the adjudicator of the Guinness World Records after the completion of necessary formalities.

Over 15,000 people sweep Dhaka street for Guinness World record.

Representatives of the Guinness World Records were present to witness the two-hour event.
DMP Commissioner Asaduzaman Mia who joined the event said it would help raise awareness to keep the city clean.

The registration for participants in the sweeping programme began around 7am from Golapshah Mazar in Gulistan and ended in the Paltan area in Dhaka.

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