He spoke about water problems in rural areas,when visited schools in the drought hit region.
CHIEF Minister Devendra Fadanavis on Wednesday turned teacher as he taught a lesson, “How do I get water?”, from a textbook to Class I students of the primary school of Pune Zilla Parishad in Wagholi.
He spoke about water problems in rural areas and steps taken to resolve it by involving locals.
Also, Fadnavis, along with the students, took a pledge on maintaining cleanliness. He later distributed chocolates to students.
In another function at a school run by the Bharatiya Jain Sanghatana (BJS) for the children of farmers who have committed suicides in the state, he said the state government was working towards bringing an end to farmers’ suicides.
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“The state government is taking steps for the rehabilitation of the families of the farmers who have committed suicides. However, the society as a whole needs to come forward to work towards it,” he said.
“The western world believes in ‘survival of fittest’ but in our society ‘Vasudev Kutumbukam’ is followed,” Fadnavis said, adding that the state had suffered severely due to shortage of rainfall in the past few years and the government had launched projects like Jalyukt Shivar for t…