Environment minister Jairam Ramesh, known for courting controversy, on Friday said if there was a Nobel prize for dirt and filth, India would get it.
“Our cities are the dirtiest cities of the world. If there is a Nobel prize for dirt and filth, India will win it, no doubt,” he said at a function to release a report ‘Green India 2047’ by The Energy Research Institute (TERI). The minister was REFERRING to poor facilities for disposing municipal waste in a majority of Indian cities.
“if there is a Nobel prize for dirt and filth, India will win it hands down. There is no competition for that and we have to do something dramatic on municipal solid waste,” Ramesh said.
how easy it is to say India will win nobel for dirt infact any ‘shembda porga’ can also make such comment but look its our environment minister who is saying such things… people having important ministry such as environment says such negative things, what kind of action we should expect from him! disgusting…