PM Modi remains in headlines every time because of his clothes or jacket. This time also he has worn a special kind of jacket, which remains a topic of discussion. Let us tell you that the jacket that PM Modi reached Parliament today is made of 28 single-use plastic bottles.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was seen wearing a special blue jacket in Parliament on Wednesday. The jacket is made from recycled plastic bottles. Indian Oil Corporation presented this jacket to the PM at the India Energy Week in Bengaluru.
‘Modi ji doesn’t just talk, he also shows by doing’
Parliamentary Affairs Minister Pralhad Joshi said in a tweet, “Modi ji doesn’t just talk, he leads from the front. This is a great way to promote climate awareness.” Thank you.” Puri tweeted, “Using recycled bottles. His leadership for life movement is truly an example. India led a global mass movement to inspire individual and community action to protect and preserve the environment.”
IOC has gifted this jacket to PM Modi
Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) presented a jacket to the Prime Minister during the India Energy Week in Bengaluru on Monday. He also ‘launched’ various apparels at the event under IndianOil’s ‘Unbottle’ initiative. Officials said that in line with the Prime Minister’s call to eliminate ‘single use plastic’, Indian Oil has prescribed a dress for retail customer attendants and personnel delivering LPG (LPG cylinders) to consumers. Made from recycled polyester (RPET) and cotton.
Jacket made from 28 used RPET bottles
The attire of each IndianOil customer attendant will be made from recycling approximately 28 used RPET bottles. The PSU is taking this initiative forward through ‘Unbottled’ brand for sustainable textiles. Under this brand, IOC aims to meet the requirement of clothing for customer attendants of other oil marketing companies, non-combat uniforms for the military, supply clothing for institutions and also sell to retail customers.
Taste apna apna , Sandesh Apna Apna
PM @narendramodi sports a blue jacket made from recycled bottles sending a green message of fighting climate change …
— Shehzad Jai Hind (@Shehzad_Ind) February 8, 2023
Shahzad Poonawalla, another BJP national spokesperson, went a step ahead and targeted Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge for wearing a Louis Vuitton scarf in Parliament. Poonawalla shared a picture on Twitter detailing the cost of the dupatta worn by Kharge and compared the Congress leader’s “expensive” fashion to Modi’s “sustainable fashion”.