Road Safety Rally in Mumbai flagged off by Maharashtra Cabinet Minister Shri Deepak Kesarkar

The rallies featured cyclists and motorcyclists from all across Mumbai.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 29 Jan 2023 Views icon1309 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Road Safety Rally in Mumbai flagged off by Maharashtra Cabinet Minister Shri Deepak Kesarkar

Every year the Government of India, Ministry of Transport and Highways, decide to observe Road Safety Awareness. Taking up the initiative, Road Safety Awareness Rides were organized by Carl Sequeira and supported by Balasaheb Shiv Sena Vibhag Pramukh - Kunal Sarmalkar along with Bandra Traffic Police team to promote Road Safety Awareness on 22nd and 29th January 2023.

The rallies featured cyclists and motorcyclists from all across Mumbai, riding across a planned route to drive awareness around Road Safety.

The cycle rally was flagged off by Kunal Sarmalkar and Sanjay More, while the Motorbike Rally was flagged off by the Maharashtra Cabinet Minister for the Ministry of Education Deepak Kesarkar and both rallies were led by Bandra Traffic Police. Starting point was from the Bandra-Worli Sea link going on to Linking Road, and riding through Khar and Carter Road.

On the occasion of the rally, Carl Sequeira the organizer said,” It’s Great to see so many people and riders come from all over Mumbai to participate in the safety rides. A big thank you to Kunal Sarmalkar for supporting this initiative along with the Salette Catholic Co-Op Hsg Society for their support in making our Safety Awareness Ride a huge success. And most importantly to the hard-working police officers from Bandra and Khar police stations along with the Bandra Traffic Police team of Sr Inspector Haridas Killedar and his officers for working together on this project."

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