Swasth Bharat Yatra in Udaipur on 17th December

Swasth Bharat Yatra is a pan India cycle rally which is inspired by Mahatma Gandhi’s Dandi March and Salt Satyagraha of 1930. The concept of the rally is that just like Mahatma Gandhi led the nation towards freedom from colonial rule, this yatra would also lead the nation towards being free from diseases by cascading the message of Eat Right India to every corner of the country.

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The rally comes under the ‘Eat right India’ movement which has been launched by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. The main idea behind the rally is to raise awareness about ‘Eat right India – it safe, and Healthy and fortified food’.

This rally will reach Udaipur on 16th December and on 17th December it will function as a rally to make the people aware of healthy and balanced food to the people. The rally will begin from 9 am 17th December from Townhall where commoners and local people can get involved in the rally as well. From Townhall, the rally will reach Gandhi ground campus after passing through the activation point at Delhigate.

The program at Gandhi Ground will include cultural performances by Meera Girls College and Pacific Medical College, yoga performances would be given by NCC Cadets and Nehru Yuva Kendra will contribute in the Cyclothone.

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Bike Rally Giving Road Safety Message in the City

This Independence day, Max Torque Bikers group organized a rally in Udaipur. The main purpose of the rally was to raise awareness about road safety in the city. From Panchwati, Chetak, Fatehsagar to Nathdwara, the rally was stretched to about 80 km. The group educated people about basic road signs and also hoisted a flag.

Deepak Sharma, Biker, told us that ‘on the occasion, around 17-18 bikers gathered in the rally for a single cause which is safe riding and road safety. Some youngsters in the city, nowadays have forgotten the importance of wearing safety gears like helmet while riding which can be absolutely dangerous. So, it is our duty to spread the message for the safety of the people.’

Apart from the road safety, the group spread the message of ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’. Deepak further told us that they conduct such kind of rallies twice a year.