With over 5400 registered visitors, the second international edition of Clean India Show – Clean India Pulire – saw a 19.3% increase in visitor turnout. Neither the threat of an impending cyclone nor the rains could dampen the enthusiasm of the visitors. The floor space was also increased by 22.6% over the previous edition. The exposition showcased products and services from more than 10 countries. Inaugurating the exhibition, Kripashankar Singh, President, Mumbai Regional Congress Committee, said: “Professional and mechanised cleaning brings dignity to the cleaning process. The Clean India Shows can create awareness about the need to keep our surroundings free of garbage and raise the overall national standard of cleanliness.” The highlight of the show was the two-day seminar on Housekeeping/Facility Management which was well-attended by top management professionals.