The NGO Arrive Safe organised a walkathon to spread the message of safe driving. Walkathons are a perfect choice for spreading the safety message. Just think how difficult it is for a walker to fatally run over someone.
Around five hundred youngsters participated in a walkathon on road safety organized in Chandigarh on Saturday evening. The event was organised by Arrive Safe, an NGO, and Hella India Lightning in collaboration with the Chandigarh Trafffc Police. Volunteers said according to the latest Indian road accident data every four minutes someone loses their life in a road accident.
Harman Sidhu of Arrive Safe said that the walkathon was organized to spread the message of safe driving and that help to reduce the road accidents.
The walkathon concluded at the Sector 17 piazza where volunteers put on a street play about road safety. Volunteers said the Chandigarh walkathon was part of a nationwide safety mission.
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