Rally For Rivers Campaign: The Rally for Rivers is a campaign which is having an aim to saves rivers of our country which is true heritage actually. Rally For Rivers Campaign includes protections of rivers including, Ganga, Krishna, Narmada, and Kaveri, as those rivers are getting dry fast which is unfortunate to see.

Rally For Rivers Campaign: B-Town Support This Noble Cause

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The B-Town is lending its support to the campaign and the actors including, Salman Khan, Rishi Kapoor and Anupam Kher come first to extend their support to Rally for Rivers campaign, urging fans and followers to help and to protect to save rivers only.

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The initiative has been started and launched by the spiritual leader and Yogi Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, and he is having Isha Foundation which is strictly after doing social cause.

The campaign is regarded as the #RallyforRivers and Sadhguru himself will drive from Kanyakumari to the Himalayas to create awareness, about being the importances of Rivers through this Rally for Rivers campaign as per his foundations of the official website.

Salman on Thursday took his official page of the micro blogging site in order to share a short video in which he urges his fans and followers to help save the rivers, rivers are the lifeline of India, in fact, any damn country and Rally for Rivers is all about that.

He said: “Namastey. I am Salman Khan. The rivers of our country have taken good care of us since thousands of years, but it is sad that today these rivers are drying up quickly. These rivers are our and our country’s lifeline. No river, No us. So to save the rivers and for saving us, I am campaigning for Rally for rivers. To save our rivers, I’m giving a missed call on 8000980009. I request you to do so too.”

He captioned the video as,

“Make a difference by being an active participant of the Rally For Rivers movement. Give a missed call aaj… abhi (today… right now)!”

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