During Yogi's six years in office, female police officers will organize bike rallies
Women police officers will take part in bike rallies throughout the state on Wednesday to celebrate women's emancipation as the Yogi Adityanath administration completes the first year of its second term. Yogi himself has provided instructions on this.
A government spokeswoman said here on Tuesday that the main goal of the event was to raise awareness of the state's safe environment for women.
The protest will begin on Chaitra Navratri's first day and conclude on Ashtami (March 29). Two routes will be used: one will go from east to west (Vindhyachal Dham to Gautam Buddha Nagar), while the other will go north to south (Devipatan Dham to Lalitpur).
15 to 20 female police officers on bikes will travel an average of 80 to 120 kilometers every day during the march to spread the word about safety and "Uttam Pradesh" to the public. As rally coordinator, a gazetted official has been named. In addition, four-wheelers will be used to brand the event, and female inspectors will go with female drivers. The protest will also be accompanied by an ambulance.
The rally's first route will leave from Vindhyachal, the home of "Maa Vindhyavasni," and travel through Prayagraj, Fatehpur, Kanpur, Etawah, Agra, and Aligarh before arriving in Gautam Buddha Nagar. The second route, which would leave from Shaktipeeth Devipatan, will go via Ayodhya, Lucknow, Kanpur, Hamirpur, Orai, and Jhansi before ending at Lalitpur.