Save the birds, keep food-water for them: ABVP
Wardha, March 20: The summer month is arriving with shortage of drinking water, it would be tough time for the birds to find water and food, which leads to their death due to starvation and dehydration.
When there is acute water shortage for consumption of human beings, the birds along with animals would also be feeling the heat due to it. With the summer months arriving, they would be finding tough time to find water so, as a social responsibility towards the living animals and birds, we can assist them in survival.
Under this series, a call has been made by Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) at Wardha where in the town call is being made to provide drinking water facilities to the animals and birds. The call is titled #Karke Dekho Achcha Lagta hai (Do it, it feels better).
The request is being made in all the college premises, bus stop, railway station and where ever it is possible. The event was started at Kumbhalkar Samajkarya College at Wardha. College Principal Sunil Totade, the faculty members along with students and ABVP wing had come forward to create awareness along with providing water at many points. ABVP leader Ram Farande, town secretary Shubam, town joint secretary Gaurav and Askash along with activists had commenced the work from the ‘Karmabhoomi’ of Mahatma Gandhi, Wardha.
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