Water is treated like nectar in summer when a person is thirsty, he drinks water by demanding anywhere, but silent animal birds have thirst in thirst, although when they are thirsty, they come to the front door of the houses Stand up Some people give water to drink and some people even give away. In this summer, the responsibility of humanitarianism has been done by creating awareness of the birds of birds by creating a water tank for the destitute animals. In view of the tremendous heat Dera Sacha Sauda volunteers in village Variaam Kheda did commendable work by constructing water tank near Ramdev Temple Chowk for destitute animals, in collaboration with Gram Panchayat, in which Kalu Ram, Darshan Gautam Mangal Lions, giant, etc. they provided these valuable services. They also made a resolve to maintain water for Birds and animals in future too as per the teachings of Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan.

 Arranging water for animals in villages
In summer, many birds and animals die due to lack of water. A little effort of the people in the community can save their lives by quenching their thirst. Every person should arrange water for the animals and birds in their areas, say these relentless volunteers of Baba Ram Rahim Ji. Their work was greatly appreciated by the passers-by and the villagers.
 save the wild birds from heat
Serving the birds is not only a duty but also a teaching of all religions in the day-to-day welfare work in block Rajpura DSS volunteers, arranging grain, water for the birds, and for the same, about 150-hectare water bowls were distributed, They believe it is not a help, but rather our duty to serve the innocent lives and dependent lives, we must take care of them. These have been the teachings of the rev. Saint Dr. Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh ji Insan and thousands of volunteers pledge to arrange for water and food for bird and animals too. With the support of Volunteers in the entire block, the target has been to distribute two thousand bowls in the block which we will definitely say one of the volunteer Rajesh Insan. The welfare work was undertaken as part of regular block meetings held on Sunday.