ITBP cycle rally from Leh to Kevadia reached Vadodara on Sunday
23 cyclists of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) covering a total distance of 2,700 km from Gogra (Ladakh) will reach Kevadia (Gujarat) to participate in the National Unity Day Parade on October 31.
23 cyclists of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) covering a total distance of 2,700 km from Gogra (Ladakh) will reach Kevadia (Gujarat) to participate in the National Unity Day Parade on October 31. The cycle rally started on August 27 reached Vadodara on Sunday and gets a warm welcome by the city Police.
Covering many states and cities the cyclists spread the message of unity and how the youth and people can contribute towards maintaining it and development of the country.
"We are celebrating Rastriya Ekta Diwas to remember Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel who unites the states in one thread. The freedom fighters fought for our independence and now this is the duty of youths and people to maintain it and also engage themselves in development of the country. I urge all to actively take part in every government scheme and contribute towards national unity, " Said Deputy Commandant 42 Battalion ITBP Jodhpur.
Vadodara police welcomes the cyclists at Harni lake zone area and appreciate their efforts. "The cyclists started from Leh covering around 3000 kilometers to reach Kevadia on Monday 26th October 2021. The rally is organised as part of Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav and spreading the message of unity and nation development. All the paramilitary, police and other forces are becoming a part of National Unity Day Parade on October 31 and this rally is also the part of it, " Said Dr. Karanraj Vaghela DCP Zone 3.
The cyclists organise various patriotic theme-based programs under the aegis of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav and visit the historical places related to the freedom struggle and freedom fighters en-route. The cycle rally also spread awareness on Fit India Movement, Swachh Bharat Abhiyan and other government schemes to people.
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