Hyderabad: Flags proclaiming ‘No child in India shall be deprived of education because of hunger’ fluttered in the early morning breeze of Sunday as the bikes with thunderous roar took off for a rally.
More than 300 two-wheelers took part in Akshaya Patra’s ‘Outride Hunger’, a motor bike rally to spread awareness on the need to eliminate classroom hunger. Starting from Akshaya Patra’s Sri Swayambhu Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Kshetram in Banjara Hills it cruised cruising through Necklace Road, Jubilee Hills, Madhapur, Hitech city, Lingampally before culminating at Gachibowli Stadium.
Covering almost 34 km, the ride flagged-off by Deputy Chief Minister Kadiyam Srihari, had various bikes including Royal Enfield, Triumph, Harley Davidson, Suzuki, Renegade Commando, Regal Raptor and India Motor Cycle. Biking clubs like Alpha Tribe, Bajaj Avenger Club, Biking Buddies and Forever Riders also took part in the event. Satya Gaura Chandra Dasa, President, the Akshaya Parta Foundation, Telangana and Andhra Pradesh and others were present at the flag-off.
Mr. Srihari applauded the foundation for bringing together the biker community for a social initiative. “The foundation which is serving more than 90,000 school children in Medak will soon start their services in Warangal by serving more 65,000 government school children,” he said.
Source: Telangana Today Dated: March 19, 2017