Randeep Hooda Joins Khalsa Aid To Provide Drinking Water In Drought-Hit Areas Of Maharashtra

indiatimes.com reports:
More than 42 percent of India is "abnormally dry", as per Drought Early Warning System. And this is 6 percent higher than the last year. In Maharashtra the situation is quite worse. The heat wave has hit nearly 50 percent of Maharashtra's geographical area. And people there are deprived of drinking water. twitter/amarpreet_ka twitter/amarpreet_ka Not only that, he also took to social media to share a video in which he is seen urging the government to "find permanent solutions" for the drought victims. twitter/amarpreet_ka twitter/amarpreet_ka "Khalsa Aid team is here, volunteers are doing great ground work here by providing 25 to 30 water tankers everyday.
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