Apology: It Turns Out Aamir Khan Adopting Two Villages In Maharashtra Is False

The Logical Indian

April 21st, 2016 / 6:46 PM

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On April 19, we published an article on our website, mentioning that Bollywood actor Aamir Khan has adopted two villages in drought-hit Maharashtra to lend his support in reducing the water crises. But now, Aamir’s PR team has told that he has not taken over any village, but closely working with his NGO Paani Foundation, to bring relief to over 120 villages in the drought-hit region.

Actor Aamir Khan and his wife Kiran Rao have started Paani Foundation, a not-for-profit company whose main objective is to communicate, impart knowledge and bring about a change in outlook at the grassroots level about water conservation and watershed management. Paani is working with the Maharashtra government towards solving the water crisis in over 120 villages across the state.

The Paani Foundation is primarily engaging people of the villages to come forward together and bring about a change in their village by conserving and proper usage of water.

We deeply regret and apologise for publishing a news that is wrong. The story was based on the news published on major media platforms.

As a new alternate media platform, we have our own limitation of resources. We rely on existing and established media portals to source information and curate worthy stories for our readers. We apologize to our community members for publishing a news that was wrong.


Everyone knows the current situation of drought this time. It has become the major concern now. Lets all come together to bring some change.

The Logical Indian community appeals to all the responsible citizens to contribute your bit and help in any way possible. Every drop matters in an ocean. We request everyone to help in any possible way.

Maharashtra has been hit by worse drought this time. The situation is worsening every day and this has been going for the last 50 years. Places like Marathwada, Latur are the most affected areas. 2015 saw the highest number of farmer suicides in Maharashtra since 2001.

If we all join hands, then unitedly we definitely can improve the current scenario. We invite schools, colleges, offices, societies, cafes, celebrities and everyone out there to please come forward to help us in contributing towards raising funds for farmers. Naam foundation by Mr Nana Patekar has been doing excellent work for farmers. The Logical Indian community requests the readers to support Naam foundation. You can directly donate to Naam foundation. No amount is small, together we can!

 


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