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Harley Davidson rally for CRY- Child Rights

Harley Davidson riders getting ready to drive for child rights

Chile Rights and You (CRY) is India’s leading organization on child rights. A special event was held at the Gurgaon Cyber Hub to draw awareness to need of the hour of putting children first. The event saw a total of 20 Harley Davidson bikers taking part in a 50 km rally to press for children’s needs during the upcoming general elections.

Harley Davidson riders getting ready to drive for child rightsThe 50 km rally of Harley bikers was flagged off from Cyber Hub in Gurgaon and headed to India Gate and back to draw the attention of both politicians and the government that it was necessary to pay closer attention to children and their needs and rights in society. The events commenced with drummers from World of Talent who performed with an emphasis on children’s rights while volunteers from CRY performed a flash mob with the aim of stressing on children’s education, malnutrition, health and protection.

CRY has been pressing for child rights ever since its ‘Vote for Child Rights’ campaign was initiated on November 13, 2013. CRY has chalked out a 10 point manifesto for any political party that forms the government at the Centre in 2014.

Child rights abuse is high in India and according to the campaign, since children in India account for 1/3 of the population, they deserve a voice and commitment from the government. Besides the Harley Davidson bike rally and flash mobs in support of the campaign, press conferences were also held while signature pledges from the general public to get leading personalities across the country to support this cause were also conducted.


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Pearl Daniels

Pearl Daniels

Former freelance writer, Pearl Daniels is in the auto industry since 2011, having established herself as a widely read staff writer since 2013. Her keen eye for industry news, daily need to break down latest events, and quest to not miss a single launch detail, gives you the most refreshing morning news on weekdays.

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