Corporation will take out tricolor cycle rally: On August 11 in Saharanpur, people will be aware about the tricolor
A campaign will be launched to install 'Har Ghar Tricolor' in Saharanpur on August 11. The 'tricolor cycle rally' will be taken out by the Municipal Corporation at seven in the morning.Read more: World champion wrestler murdered during party, military police officer shot
The four intersections on the rally route will welcome the rally by waving the tricolor at the four intersections-Agrasen Chowk, Deewani Tiraha, Collectorate Tiraha and Hasanpur Chowk. > International cyclist Baburam Saini and President of Bicycle Motivation Club Prem Singh and other cyclists in relation to the preparations for the rally The Nagarayukta held a meeting with them. Emphasized to include all classes and age groups in the rally.
He said that the purpose of the cycle rally is to make the common man aware of the tricolor campaign and to awaken the sense of nationality in them. All cyclists assured to make the rally a success.
Cyclists suggested the Nagarayukta to build a bicycle track in the metropolis. The Nagarayukta said that if they identify the place for him, then work can be done in that direction.
all the cyclists greeted the Nagarayukta by presenting a Cap and a model of bicycle in the club's cap and a symbol form.
During this period, Additional Municipal Commissioner Rajesh Yadav, Cyclist Shabana Khan, Aanchal Singh, Jyoti, Pawan Rana, Mahavir Saini, Anubhav, Agam Tomar, Amit, and Johni etc. besides the co -convenor of the rally, Amit Tomar, Mohit Talwar Adi was present.
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