Men and women take part in the cycle rally in Ujjain on Friday. | PHOTO PF
Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh): On the occasion of World Cycle Day, a cycle rally was organized by Smart City and Youth Hostel Association of India as part of the “Cycle for Change” campaign, here on Friday.
The rally started from the Smart City office passing through different roads in the city and culminating at the Simhastha Fair office. It brought together 147 participants, including 31 women, 6 children under 12, 22 from 12 to 18, 54 from 18 to 45, 26 from 45 to 60 and 39 over 60. of age. After the end of the rally, the cake was cut by the participants.
During the cycling rally, a selfie point was made outside the Smart City office in which all participants took selfies and gave a message to raise awareness about cycling. Motivating the participants of the cycle rally, the executive director of Smart City Anshul Gupta said that in the coming year the infrastructure of the cycle path will be developed in the city of Ujjain. Work will be done so that the cyclist finds a place to ride according to his convenience, because cycling is good for health and also beneficial for the body, he added.
NCC cadets present a street theater play to raise awareness of the importance of cycling. | PHOTO PF
GGPGC STUDENTS LEAD A STREET GAME ON WORLD BIKE DAY
On the occasion of World Bicycle Day, a street theater play was staged by the GGPGC NCC Unit and IQAC. Principal Dr. HL Anijwal, Principal Teacher Dr. Hament Gahlot, NCC Manager Lt Saroj Ratnakar and Dr. Sameena Qureshi participated in cycling and motivated students to use bicycles. CCN cadets SGT Aaradhana Rathore, CPL Kanak Paregi, CDT Sanjana Nayma, Divya Rathore, Kashish Cillore, Khushi Rathore, Saloni Unarkhe and Saloni Sunhare raised awareness among students and society.
Dewas: Cycling rally organized on World Bike Day
A cycling rally was organized on the occasion of World Bike Day in Dewas under the aegis of Nehru Yuva Kendra (NYK) and the Department of Sports. He was guided on Friday by collector Chandramouli Shukla. Along with the popularization of cycling, a voter awareness message was also broadcast during the rally.
A large number of youths, sports organizations, scouts and guides from Bharat, NCC and representatives of social organizations participated in the rally. A voter education pledge was also administered to the youths present on the occasion.
The rally was kicked off from Sayaji Dwar by NYK manager Arvind Shridhar, athletic department officer Hemant Subir and winner Vikram Sudesh Sangte. Meanwhile, Hemant provided insight into the Fit India campaign. A vote of thanks was offered by NYK Program Assistant Anil Jain.
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