In the memory of the brave-heart martyrs of 26/11, Mumbai attack, NGO I Am Still Human (IASH) in collaboration with Barrents by Rock and Storm and Thumpers Cafe, kick started a tribute campaign ‘Shaurya Ride’ from Sector 19 Petrol Pump, Chandigarh.
The rally comprising 17 bike riders was flagged off by Asha Kumari Jaswal, former mayor, Chandigarh, who was accompanied by Bobbee Singh, social activist, Col Manvinder Singh and Aashu Khare- from Rock & Storm (a corporate).
As part of the campaign the riders, who left for Mumbai will make a stopover at 5 cantonments and will pay tribute to Indian army personnel and families of Indian army martyrs. This will be a befitting tribute to those Indian army and other security personnel; who laid down their lives for the nation in the 26/11 Mumbai attack.
During the journey, while crossing many states and cities the riders will visit to soldiers of the Indian Army.
Vivek Mehra, Founder, I Am Still Human said, “We have organized this rally in memory of all the martyrs of our great nation. It is our brave soldiers and officers because of whom we are breathing in a free country and we should do everything possible to keep their morale high.”
He added, “With this ride, our aim is to unite the nation with our soldiers, who sacrificed their lives in the line of duty. The idea is to bring about a change in this area and stand in support of the families of our great martyrs.”
The riders will also make the civilian population aware of the different ways of contributing to the welfare of veterans and families of the Indian armed forces.
Prashant Arora, Barrents by Rock and Storm said, “As part of our corporate social responsibility (CSR) we have always stood for our forces. It’s under this initiative that we have joined hands with I Am Still Human for this campaign.”
“Our soldiers are the real heroes of our country and we shouldn’t forget their sacrifices for the nation. As responsible citizens, their families are also like our families and we should stand by their side always”, he added