Here's how you can help solve India's water scarcity
In an earnest appeal to the public, senior IAS officer, Shalini Rajneesh, posted this video along with a heartfelt message on Facebook that has touched the right chords on social media.
“Today, social media messages can be used to create a deeper impact on social causes to save the lives of many. I firmly believe that if we share good things on social media it will certainly bring about some change. Hence, I am trying to create awareness through this medium” says Shalini Rajneesh.
Since Rajneesh started her career as Assistant Commissioner in Dakshin Kannada, Karnataka she has conducted many successful projects in rainwater harvesting in Kalaburgi and Dakshin Kannada.
She is now stationed at Tumkur district and continues her good work in the district as well.
This monsoon, she plans to make arrangements to conserve rain water in Amanikere - the biggest lake of Tumkur, a water body that spreads over 650 acres.