New Delhi: Union Minister Uma Bharti said on Wednesday that after fulfilling the mission of cleaning the Ganga and the Yamuna, other rivers of the country and the world will also call 'Me Too'. He told the reporters that there should be no obstruction in the advancement of the river and women. The 'Me To' movement is a campaign against sexual harassment and sexual violence that is spreading on social media. The names of many celebrities from different regions of the country have been reported in such cases.
While mentioning a government notification on the minimum flow for the Ganga, which is to be maintained at different places on its way, Bharti said that unless one of the world's largest reservoirs is understood to be the problems of this river, its mischief Can not be redressed. He said, "It is an important event in the country to save the rivers. It will start with the Ganges and the Yamuna and then the other rivers of the country and abroad will also call 'Me Too' that means start a movement for me too. '
He said, "Nitin (Gadkari) has started this program and all the rivers will start to say 'me toe'. We also want a similar notification. There should be no obstruction in the advance of the river and women. This resolution is being taken today. ' Gadkari was also present in this program. Gadkari did not respond when asked about ministering to Minister of State for External Affairs MJ Akbar in 'Me To' campaign.