The country is currently reeling under heavy heat, with drought in many parts of the country also suffering from water. As a part of the drought Early Warning system (DEPWS), about 42 per cent of the country is facing an unusually dry hit. Which is about six per cent more than last year, and Bollywood actor Randeep Hooda is associated with Britain's international humanitarian relief organisation Khalsa Aid
Let me tell you for the information that people in the drought-hit Welle village have been provided by the beverage actor together with the organisation and tell them that these days, apart from Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Rajasthan, Maharashtra also got plenty of droughts.
A video has been shared by actor Randeep Hooda on social media in which he is taking the government to find a ' permanent solution ' for the drought victims. Randeep said in the video that, "I am in Welle Village (Nashik). There is a very shortage of water, especially drinking water... All the wells have dried up. Here it is a serious problem of every summer. The further actor has said that' Khalsa Ed's team is here. By providing 25 to 30 water tankers every day, these people are working very well for the country. So I urge you to look into it and help these people and remove a permanent solution. There are many dams here, but it does not help the people."
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