PSI batch 108 donates Rs 3 lakh for farmers

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Pune, January 28: Maharashtra police’s police sub inspector batch no. 108 members collected Rs 3.11 lakh and donated it Naam Foundation to help drought affected farmers in the state.

Police officers believe that their small step will help prevent farmers from committing suicide.

The police officers made WhatsApp groups and reached over 1200 members across the state. Police officers showed their responsibility towards the farmers and actively donated.

Shivganga Pratishthan, a Pune based NGO, helped the officers in raising the amount.

On January 27, a cheque of Rs 3.11 lakh was handed over Naam Foundation’s Makarand Anaspure by the police officers.

NAAM foundation has been started by Nana Patekar and Makarand Anaspure in September 2015. This has emerged after devastating conditions of drought & listening to agony of drought affected farmers in Maharashtra.

Mission of NAAM foundation is to build sustainable & progressive society by facilitating development in rural areas by working on different issues like infrastructure, education, employment, food & so on. India would be superpower in coming years only if our villages get self-sufficient & developed.