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Anand Mahindra moved By Poignant Image Of Humans And Animals Battling Floods, Makes Appeal

Written By Shloak Prabhu | Mumbai | Published:

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  • Mahindra Group Chairman and entrepreneur Anand Mahindra has made a very important point about a poignant visual that he came across
  • This time, Mahindra took to Twitter and remarked on a picture of a local carrying a calf on his back in a bid to rescue it from the flooded waters in the area
  • Anand Mahindra's urged fellow humans to take responsibility for their actions which have led to dire consequences

Mahindra Group Chairman and entrepreneur Anand Mahindra has made a very important point about a poignant visual that he came across, on Twitter.

Mahindra, who often tweets on things that pique his interest, this time took to Twitter and remarked on a picture of a local believed to belong to Kerala carrying a calf on his back in a bid to rescue it from the flooded waters in the area. Here's the picture which had Mahindra's attention:

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And here's Anand Mahindra's reaction where he urges fellow humans to take responsibility for their actions which have come with a price. 

"It’s our job to move the world back to safer ground" said Mahindra. 

But this is not the first time when the Mahindra promoter has tweeted something related to the environment. Anand Mahindra is known to advocate against plastic usage. He once took to Twitter and uploaded a picture of two-wheelers parked inside a large water tank that has been converted into a very useful makeshift parking space. Here's his tweet where he appreciates the efforts taken by people:

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Mahindra's tweet clearly showed his approval of the make-shift parking space. He applauded the eco-friendly idea which shows that when one applies their minds (as well as some measure of Indian jugaad) big tank-sized problems can also be solved.

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