Cycle tour from Delhi to Mumbai for awareness on women security, women empowerment and prevention of atrocities and rape
Two youths from Delhi start on a mission towards Mumbai to spread awareness in youths to take stand against such incidents.
Disturbed by brutality and crime against women, Two youths from Delhi start on a mission towards Mumbai to spread awareness in youths to take stand against such incidents. Their aim is to sensitise people about maintaining the dignity of women and create a safe society for them. They gets a warm welcome in Vadodara enroute their destination and plant saplings with Shree Shakti Charitable Trust.
Sagar Kumar, Yakshay Sharma and Ajay Verma start their cycle expedition from Delhi on 3rd of October and cover states of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra to reach Mumbai on 10 October. They met people and discussed about the incidents related to women and try to sensitise them about taking a stand for them.
"Everyday we heard about crime and brutality against women and many of them even don't comes out due to social stigma or some other reasons. We are into social service for years and hence decide to start this cycle expedition to spread awareness in people prevention of rape and atrocities against women and maintaining the dignity of women power. We are meeting people enroute and trying to sensitise them for taking stand against such crimes, "said Sagar Kumar one of the cyclist and founder of Team Insaniyat.
Sagar Kumar and Yakshay Sharma are into business living in Saket in Delhi. However they both involved in social activities in their area. Even during lockdown they started community kitchen for the poor and extend help to the needy in terms of financial and other. Everyday they are covering, 150 kilometers on an average towards their destination spreading their message.
"This is our first such expedition with a cause and meeting people enroute to sensitise them to help them to stop such incidents against women. We often see many of the incident are not even reported and only the victim has to suffer. So this is our effort to atleast sensitise people to take stand and bring some law to stop such crime against women, " Said Yakshay Sharma.