The event will kick off today when BMA Deputy Governor Chakraphan Phewngam leads a clean-up around Wongwian Yai, before Asawin spearheads another session around the heart of the city – Victory Monument – tomorrow.
Throughout the first month of the New Year, the BMA also plans to clean up 365 fresh-food markets across Bangkok, according to reports.
In the final week of this year, officials in districts such as Chatuchak, Lat Phrao, Don Muang, Bang Khae and Bang Khunthien will also launch “Big Cleaning Day” events.
Published : December 24, 2016
By : The Sunday Nation