Monday, February 11, 2008

We love Bengaluru, not Galeejuru (dirty city)

Feb 10th 2008 was a different Sunday outing for about 100 students in the city. They took to the streets holding placards with a unique message - requesting motorists to be patient.

Tomorrow's road users set an example on what individuals can do to improve traffic. The walk was organized by LeadCap, whose founder Sangeeth Vergheese announced that more such efforts will be taken up.

The walk started at Gandhi statue on MG Road and concluded at Richmond Town. Students of Baldwin, Bishop Cotton, Sacred Heart and Cathedral schools came out with creative messages. They shouted slogans like: "We love Bengaluru, not Galeejuru (dirty city)" and "Let's stop pointing fingers at others” in supporting the theme of the walk, Traffic discipline. More Photo’s here


Uma por Dia Tue Feb 12, 05:45:00 AM GMT+5:30  

That should be done in every city. Here we have one day a year without trafic. but what people do in those days is not going to work