धुन का पक्का ऐसा एक संत,जिसने दम तोड़ती नदी को फिर से कर दिया जीवित,और.....

धुन का पक्का ऐसा एक संत,जिसने दम तोड़ती नदी को फिर से कर दिया जीवित,और.....

A true tune of a tune, who changed the picture by making roads in nearby villages, rescued the hopes of the people of 93 villages from the death of the people of 93 villages by resurfacing the river Buri in the city. Considering their work towards the environment, Time Magazine included them in the list of 30 global heroes of the world, then the government is honored with the Padma Shri. We are talking about legendary environmentalist Sant Balbees Singh Seechewal's

"I used to go alone, janibe floor but people came together and caravans grew ..." This lion of Majrooh Sultanpuri makes a statement about the sectarian conflict and success story. The work that he had started almost four decades ago from Seichwal village of Kapurthala district of Punjab, today his illumination is not only the country but it is reaching the whole world.

People from many countries are coming here to witness their experiments, so many countries called them here so that they could also take advantage of their models. Last week, he was freed from the membership of the pollution control board by the Punjab government, from which he once again came to the headlines. However, the Punjab government had to withdraw its step.

Let us know, born in the soil of Punjab, from the initial struggle of Saint Seechewal to the beginning of his journey. Born on February 2, 1962, in Sequale village of Kapurthala, Balbir Singh got involved in social service since leaving college in 1981. Through their village there were rugged. They began to flatten the paths with shovel themselves. Then, in the year 2000, the Jalandhar assembly in which many people expressed concern over the downfall of the Kali Bei river.

This river has special significance because Gurunanak Dev ji had spent 14 years before the Sikhs in Sultanpur Lodhi of Kapurthala situated on the banks of this river. 160km On the banks of this river, more than 50 thousand acres of land of 93 villages was cultivated on the banks of the river, but people from more than six cities and 40 villages used to throw garbage in it. On the one side where people were expressing concern over the situation of the river, on the other hand, Saint Seechewal said that nothing would be left to worry only. If everybody wants that to survive this dead river, then it starts working from the morning itself.

What next then, the next day they took their shovel and tractor and reached the shores of the Black Bei with the colleagues and gathered in cleanliness. People went looking for their efforts to clean it and the Pak river was once again alive and holy.

The river started getting cleared but one question began to bother Saint Seechewal, what would be done of dirty water. For this, he created a secheval model, which has been implemented by many state governments today. For the struggle to keep the environment clean, Time Magazine added them to the list of 30 global environmental heroes of the world in 2008. Apart from this, the Government of India awarded Padma Shri in January 2017.

The National Green Tribunal (NGT), in view of the activities of environmentalist Balbir Singh Seechewal, Chairman of the Monitoring Committee of natural water sources of Himachal Pradesh and Punjab. The first government department had been hiding the pollution from the NGT in the rivers, but after the formation of the Chairman of Sequel, all the departments were active. On the same report, the NGT had recently imposed a fine of Rs 50 crore on the Punjab government in view of the pollution of the rivers.

This is secheval model

Saint Seechewal laid a sewer line to prevent the sewage dirty water from going into black beet. Start collecting the river's dirty water in a big pond. Prior to putting it in the pond, the water was passed through three pits. The indigenously built sewerage plant was completely successful. The clean water used through this plant started to be used in the cultivation.