RAMAN IELTS

TALK ABOUT A RULE YOU LIKE TO FOLLOW

-What rule it is?

-Why how follow it?

-How you feel to follow it?

Would you recommend others to follow?

Well, there are hundreds of rules that we have to follow and most of the time we do not feel like following them as its more like a compulsion. Here I would like to talk about one rule which I follow whole-heartedly and I like the most and this particular rule is of ‘NOT TO LITTER’ at public places. It’s quite unfortunate that my country is one of the dirtiest countries of the world. It’s not actually the country is dirty but people are very careless toward maintaining cleanliness, especially when it comes to public places. Whenever they visit any public place for example parks, gardens or they use public transport they do not hesitate to throw the waste wherever they wish. It’s not uncommon to see empty plastic bottles, aluminium cans ,chips bags here and there and it justifies that people are not following this rule at all. But I always try to follow it and for this reason whenever I travel or visit any public place I always keep a plastic bag with me. This is to ensure that (Ielts with Youtuber Ramandeep Singh) I do not litter, if I eat a candy or have a cold drink I keep the waste in that plastic bag and Whenever possible or I see a dustbin around I dump it properly. In fact, if I am at a public park and I see an empty can or plastic bag I don’t hesitate to pick it and dispose it properly. Sometimes I see people are so careless they just throw wherever they wish and I intentionally pick the waste right in front of them and dispose it properly which often embarrass them as well. The Government of India is doing¬†¬† a lot to make India Clean and I think it is the duty of each and every Indian to play it’s part. This is the reason why I always try to keep my surroundings clean. There is an NGO in my city that run campaigns regarding cleanliness and I always participate as a volunteer. Actually, if somebody does not follow this rule at public places he or she has to pay a penalty of one thousand rupees. but it’s not strictly implemented at all, that’s the reason why we don’t see anyone following this rule. So, I would really love to see if Government strictly apply this rule in future and people too become responsible towards it and just like me and follow it whole-heartedly.

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