At a Press conference here on Sunday, the Delhi chief minister thanked all those who took part in the campaign, and said, "Lt Governor Anil Baijal today also checked for any water stagnation at his residence".
"Our campaign against dengue is getting a lot of support, and many celebrities are also participating in it. I am very happy that many people are taking part in it besides celebrities and journalists," Kejriwal told reporters.
He said participation of these public personalities will inspire common people to take precautions in combating this vector-borne disease.
On September 1, Kejriwal had launched the campaign '#10Hafte10Baje10Minute' by inspecting his house for clean standing water.
Dengue mosquito larvae breed in clean and stagnant water, and they thrive in this season.
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September 09, 2019