Helping local residents in water crisis
India is the second most populous country in the world, with more than 1 billion citizens. As per provisional reports of Census India, the population of Sonipat in 2011 was 278,149 and the residents constantly face a shortage in water supply and whatever supply they get is mostly contaminated. Sometimes there is no supply for several days. This water crisis is often attributed to the urbanization, industrialization and human waste flowing into water sources and polluting groundwater, as well as corruption at different levels that delay various processes and tasks. To eliminate this water crisis and provide the citizens of Sonipat clean drinking water and proper sanitation, I along with the support of Jan Sewa Charitable Society have facilitated residents of various colonies of sonipat with submersible pumps. I have also facilitated cleaning of drainage systems in Sonipat.
Water is the driving force behind life