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"Kailakh Karuna Abhiyan" organized at SD Memorial School
5/15/2019 11:40:07 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, May 15: As a part of "Save Birds" campaign, Shri Kailakh Jyotish Avim Vedic Sansthan Trust along with members of Team Jammu today organised 'Kailakh Karuna Abhiyan'-a drive of feeding grain and water to birds by placing bowl of water for them, at S D Memorial Higher Secondary School, Karwanda in Bhalwal block.
Chairman, Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal was the chief guest while SHO, Police Station, Gharota, Inspector Rajinder Sharma and social activist Sunil Sharma were the guests of honour on the occasion.
While distributing mud pots among the school students, Chairman, Team Jammu, Zorwar Singh Jamwal said that "Birds are under attack. Not just from cats and predators, but from environmental factors as well. Climate change, in particular, is taking a big toll on birds as per the recent report from the National Audubon Society."
Appreciating the efforts taken by the Trust under the presidentship of Mahant Rohit Shastri in summers, Zorawar Singh Jamwal detailed the students that "we all have to save the natural resources of water. Moreover, for feeding birds what we have to do is to hang bowls on the balconies and on our roofs and all common areas of our houses, we must make it a point to put out a bowl of water for them to drink on daily basis.
Inspector, Rajinder Sharma, also highlighted that Birds after all make our environment beautiful and they should in turn kept well by us. Likewise, birdfeeders can also be installed in our homes so that any bird that flies by our house can eat and drink. He also detailed about the people friendly policing and asked the students to visit police station to know how police is working for the welfare of the society.
M D of SD memorial School, Rakesh Gandotra presented the vote of thanks and assured the Shri Kailakh Trust of all possible support in future as well
Pandit Dev Dutt Shastri and compeered the program while Rajeev Sharma, Parveen Sharma, Shamasher Kumar Parjapati were among others present on the occasion.
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