According to a survey conducted across 434 cities, Ministry of Urban Development has shared the result of cleanest cities on its twitter handle. The survey was done to ascertain the Swachh Bharat Mission and are the cities adhering to the Prime Minister’s project.
Indore has topped the chart and is been announced as the cleanest city in India under Swachh Survekshan 2017. While the title for the dirtiest city goes to Gonda in Uttar Pradesh. Mumbai ‘s position has dropped from 10 to 29. The poor feedback submitted by the residents is the primary reason why Mumbai sees a fall in the rank stated BMC.
Navi Mumbai bagged the number 8 position followed by Tirupati and Vadodara. The survey was conducted by Quality Council of India. The cities are judged on the basis of data provided by the municipal bodies which carried 900 marks. 500 marks for the data collected through direct observations and independent assessment, and 500 marks for citizen feedback. Mumbai scored 1,535 marks in the survey. Pune was ranked 13th in the list.