Official Media blog of Seechewal. Through this blog, we want the people to make them aware of environment. We also want to use this blog to brief the people about the works of Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal being done from time to time. We also want to connect the people with the ‘Nature and thy Creator’. It is also the blog that is bringing the people close to each other with karsewa of different type.
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Panch-Sarpanch of 95 villages under the leadership of Rajpura MLA Kamboj studied the Seechewal model
Sant Seechewal let them known the ways of saving water Sultanpur lodhi, 20th July
Punch -Sarpanch, Block Samitee member, Zila Parishad members and the officials of Panchayati Department under the leadership of Rajpura Congress MLA Hardyal Singh Kamboj have studied the Seechewal Model. MLA Hardyal Singh said that their purpose of a visit to village Seechewal was that the development of their villages could be done on the pattern of Seechewal Model. Addressing the panch -Sarpanch Environment Lover Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal said that presently Punjab is badly indulged with water crisis. By reusing the once used water of the villages will decrease the pressure on ground water. By using the treated water of the villages the use of fertilizers will lessen and with it the financial burden on the farmers will also lessen.
MLA Hardyal Singh Kamboj said that his purpose of bringing the Sarpanch especially was that they should see the Seechewal model with their own eyes and how to establish it in their villages so that water could be saved. He added that Seechewal Model was discussed many times in the assembly so he decided to take the Sarpanch of his area to show them the model. These Sarpanch saw the model established at village Seechewal and Haripur and understood its working minutely. Sh Kamboj said that Rajpura is the first legislative assembly that falls in Punjab. So,he had a desire that the entrants from Delhi to Punjab should see the changed look of this area.
On this occasion Zila Parishad Chairman Naib Singh Manauli, Block Samitee Chairman Sarabjit Singh and BDPO Rajpura, Sarpanch Tejinder Singh etc were also present.
The Punjab like other states of India and the whole world
today is facing a great environmental crisis. Ground water level of Punjab is
depleting rapidly. All the natural water resources are polluted due to the
dumping of untreated and poisonous industrial and domestic wastage into them.
As a result of this, people at large are suffering from deadly diseases. Sant
Balbir Singh Singh Seechewal has devised "Seechewal model", a simple
pipe and pump formula, as an effective solution to this serious problem. It has
been implemented at many places including village Seechewal and Sultanpur
Lodhi. In fact it has been termed as 'Seechewal Model' by the Government of
India. It has been adopted as a model for cleaning the Ganga apart from other
rivers of India. Before this, the Government of India dwelled on the other
countries for assistance- financial as well as technical. After all such
efforts had failed, the need for searching alternatives…
The year 2019 will be a memorable
year because of the forthcoming 550th Prakash Purb of Guru Nanak Dev Ji on 12th
November. The gursangats are waiting eagerly for the Samagams to be celebrated
during this year. 500th Prakash Purb of Guru nanak Dev Ji the founder of the
Sikh religion was celebrated in Sultanpur Lodhi in 1969 and there have been lot
of changes during 50 years to this Prakash Purab. During these 50 years the
downfall in the environment is the biggest challenge. These 50 years, human
development has played with the nature to such extent that big changes can be
seen from hill peaks to to the oceans. Means due to global warming the snow
laden peaks of the hills have melted and the increase in the level of the sea,
many islands in the low lying areas have drowned in the sea. If such behavior
continues then low lying nations will become prey to the sea. These are the big
changes which are visible in the world and its affect is also visible. During
these 50 years, what the Pun…