It all started after we measured the quality of air we were breathing. The air pollutants (PM 2.5 particles) goes over thirty times of the safe limit. It's a health emergency and it seems like no one cares. People are not even aware of this, but they're loosing their lives due to air pollution (more than 10 lakhs people die every year in India due to diseases caused by air pollution).
There are few more issues like this such as noise pollution, open defecation etc that seriously affects our quality of life here, and we are creating awareness on this topic through our awareness campaigns.
The outdoor PM 2.5 reading (date : 04 Jan 2019) of 682 µg/m3 at Mahrail village (safe level is 25 µg/m3)