Bollywood star Aamir Khan, who leads NGO Paani Foundation, hopes Maharashtra is drought-free and doesn’t need such a platform after the next five years.
Set up in 2016 by the team of the TV series Satyamev Jayate – which was led by Aamir -the NGO aims to fight drought in rural Maharashtra by harnessing the power of communication to mobilise, motivate and train people in this mission.
Aamir Khan envisions Maharashtra to be drought-free in 5 years Aamir on Friday visited the Symbiosis institute here to pin up call-to-action posters for students’ participation in ‘Shramdaan’ (labour donation) across villages fighting against water scarcity and drought situations.
The actor-producer was present with Pune Collector Naval Kishore, actor-director Girish Kulkarni and Satyajit Bhatkal, CEO of Paani Foundation, a statement said.
“In five years from today, Maharashtra shouldn’t be needing Paani Foundation. The more number of people join the cause, the bigger the movement will become. I believ..
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