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Celebrate India River Day with a resolve to make our Rivers pollution-free

Manish Ghorpade
Pune, India

Nov 23, 2018 — 

*INDIA RIVER DAY*

Looking at the current pathetic condition of the rivers, Seven NGO's from different parts of India came together in 2014. Main concern was understanding real causes behind the pathetic situations of Rivers today & solutions with the different approach. 28th November was declared as India River day by passing a resolution. Main aim was "to get rivers flowing naturally".
There are many organizations in Pune district working on rivers in their area of locality. This year, all these organizations have decided to celebrate the India River Day together. For this celebration, a “cleanliness drive” is going to be organized on various River banks of Pune on *Sunday, 25th November 2018, 7am to 8.30am.*

1. Vitthalwadi Ghat, Mutha River
https://goo.gl/maps/Uvba8vnVh112
2. Near S M Joshi bridge, Mutha river
https://goo.gl/maps/ZLThsscE8p82
3. Ganesh Ghat Aundh (Rajiv Gandhi Bridge), Mula River
https://goo.gl/maps/8o8uJqRHtE12
4. Mula-Ram River Confluence, New Baner Link Road
https://goo.gl/maps/tvfh8Me1xTK2
5. Someshwar Temple, Someshwarwadi, Pashan
https://goo.gl/maps/3D3bB7Uws2s1
6. Live Water Spring, Near Vaidehi Enclave, Bavdhan
https://goo.gl/maps/WLuMfnfuow22
7. Indrayani River - Dehu ghat
https://goo.gl/maps/yfaAc2gcaFu
8. Pawana - Kejubai Bandhara, Behind Birla Hospital, Thergaon
https://goo.gl/maps/SWzYa4zKHjv
9. Kavdi Pat Bird Watching Point,
Maharashtra 412307
https://goo.gl/maps/UcniP1xLhg52
10. Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary
https://maps.google.com/?cid=16272580508938483559

Main Aim for celebrating together:

1. To make the public at large aware about the work being done by these organizations.
2. “VISION-2020 – Make the rivers of Pune garbage-free” – keeping this aim in mind, connecting the citizens of Pune to the vision.
If this aim is to be achieved, government, NGOs, people’s representatives, and the citizens of Pune need to work together. These NGOs feel, the rivers, that are a splendor of Pune, should get cleaned by 2020, get water-hyacinth-free, pollution-free, start flowing naturally, Pune revives its lost splendor, and Pune becomes the first “garbage-free-River” of India. They have a resolution that by the year 2025, the rivers should become sewage-free and toxin-free.

The participating NGOs/ individuals in this would be:
1. JeevitNadi Living River Foundation – 4 stretches as a part of *Muthai River Festival*
2. Vasundhara Swachchata Abhiyan - Someshwar temple, Pashan
3. Devrai Foundation – Pawana river
4. Paradkar Foundation – supporting
5. Jaladindi Foundation – supporting
6. Samagra Nadi Parivar – supporting
7. TAA SagraMitra – supporting
8. Jaladevata Seva Abhiyan – Bavdhan spring
9. Rotary Club of Walhekarwadi – Thergaon
10. Tellus Organization – supporting
11. Ankur Pratishthan – Rajput vit bhatti- Omkareshwar
12. Jalabiradari – supporting
13. Environment Conservation Association|
14. Thergaon Swachchata Abhiyan – Stretches of Pawana
15. Swachch Pune – Swachch Bharat – Kavadipaat
16. Anand Asolkar, Aurangabad – Supporting
17. Avirat Shramadan – Indrayani, Alandi
18. Hirvai – Supporting
19. Pawar Public School, Kavita Patil – Hinjewadi
20. Save Salim Ali Bird Sanctuary Group

For More Information Contact: 98220 85639https://www.facebook.com/events/394516087755364/?ti=as


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