#SewaBharati To Adopt 60 Flood affected Villages For Rehabilitation in Jammu & Kashmir

Sewa Bharati and Mata Amritanandamayi Math together are going to adopt around 60 severely flood hit villages of Jammu & Kashmir for permanent rehabilitation. These are the villages where impact of the flood is huge and not only the houses, but also the agriculture land has become useless for several years due to silt. “We are conducting survey of the damage and the exact number of such villages will be ascertained only after the survey report,” said RSS Akhil Bharatiya Sewa Pramukh Shri Suhasrao Hiremath while talking to Organiser after visiting the affected areas of the State. Rashtriya Sewa Bharati (RSB) general secretary Shri Rishipal Dadwal also accompanied him in Srinagar and surrounding areas.
Shri Hiremath said apart from supplying food and other items, the Sewa Bharati activists have also provided four blankets to each person at several places. “The villages where electricity is not expected to be restored for long time, we have decided to provide solar lights. About 2,000 solar lights are to be distributed shortly,” he said adding that Sewa Bharati teams of doctors are visiting the affected villages to treat and educate the people about the water borne disease which may occur in coming days. Suhasji also suggested the workers to provide school bags and books to all those students who lost their bags in the flood. About 5,000 such kits are to be provided in the first phase

Another important point is that a large number of people in the State had indigenous breeds of cow. But thousands of such cows have been washed away in the flood. It is a major loss to the people as one cow costs from Rs 40 to 50,000 in the State. RSB general secretary Shri Dadwal has appealed to the gaushalas of the country to think how they can help the affected Kashmiris in this regard

Source: http://www.jammukashmirnow.com/sewa-bharati-to-adopt-60-villages-for-rehabilitation%EF%BB%BF/


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