One beaming crispy morning while going to school, my group and I gazed at a gargantuan garden, lush pistachio grasses along with aromatic scarlet flowers which were bewilderingly located at the end of the road. We glimpsed at a garbage dump yard out of which acidic, putrid smell was filling the air around us. The odorous smell made one of my lanky, redhead friends throw up and he fainted.
On the spur of the moment, I dialed 108 and called the ambulance. After admitting him in the hi-tech hospital, I noticed the floor was gleaming and the aisle was filled with fragrance.
On returning back to school, I explained to my ma’am about all that had happened. She became worried. I asked her,” Can’t we take any action?”
She replied, “Of course.” I murmured, “Our idea can be that we’ll try recycling the garbage, so it will minimize pollution.” We immediately went to our principal and explained our idea. After listening to everything, he asked us to make abundant posters and do a street play.
Our principal also promised to write a letter, stating our concern to the Chief Minister and Mayor for the street play. In my class everyone got so engrossed with this idea of making posters. They toiled day and night. Furthermore, all
the staff aided us by making the Informative Awareness Act.
Finally we all became aware of the state of our city and our idea was successful. After all these efforts, the mayor highly extolled our idea and rewarded us with an accolade, “Now it’s to step up for every person.”