Pavlepur: With a vision to provide clean water in village, a water tank was projected as part of infrastructure development of rural village
The water tank with water holding capacity of 30,000 litres was introduced in the village
With a vision to provide clean water and improvement of basic infrastructure for the local populace of the village Pavlepur a water tank was projected as part of infrastructure development of rural village.
The villagers needed this infrastructure as the old tank needed repairs and was not sufficient for the needs of the people, understanding the requirement and water being and essential element in everyday Larsen & Toubro Limited took up the project for providing clean drinking water and the construction of the water tank is an endeavours under the CSR activity of Larsen & Toubro Limited towards assisting the local population for a better standard of living conditions under development project.
The water tank with water holding capacity of 30,000 litres was introduced in the village.
The Tank was inaugurated by Nitish Chaubey Cheif Executive, Brijesh Tridevi, Ketan Patel Nandita, Senior official of Larsen & Toubro Chiyoda Ltd. and Dolcy Simon Managing trustee VYOM.
The program was witnessed by dignitaries like Sarpanch of nearby villages , village officials members of Village Committees and the villagers from the nearby villages.
The local population and members of Village committee highly appreciated the valued the sustainable efforts of Larsen & Toubro Limited for several years in interest of development of the villages in the Waghodia Taluka.
The Sarpanch Rakesh also thanked VYOM, Voluntary Youth Organisation for Motivation and carrying out various CSR activities for several years in villages and being involved in sustainable development by catering to various needs in field of Education, Environment, infrastructure, health and skill development and thereby impacting lives of Children, Youth, Women, adolescent girls and differently able individuals.
With inauguration of the water tank doors of maintaining proper distribution of water, with maintained pressure and water flow seems to be opened.