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WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY Mumbai Police - Press Note

Today on the occasion of the WORLD ENVIRONMENT DAY Mumbai Police had organised a Cycle rally in Greater Mumbai. More than 5000 (five thousands) cyclist from different part of city including the Joint Commissioner of Police, Greater Mumbai Shri Vishwas Nangare Patil participated in the said cycle rally. Motto of the rally was to create awareness of cycling amongst the people in general in order to reduce the carbon emissions by vehicles. All the cyclist assembled at Bandra Reclamation, Bandra West, Mumbai and from thereon at about 07.30 hrs the Joint Commissioner of Police Shri Vishwas Nangare Patil and DCP Traffic Shri Raj Tilak Roushan flagged off the cyclists to proceed to Race Course, Mahalaxmi through South Bound of Sea Link. The cyclists comprised of different age group of people including kids, young and old alike. At about 09.00 hrs the tail of the rally reached at Race Course, Mahalaxmi where Senior Police Officers from Mumbai Police i.e. Joint Commissioner of Police L&O Shri Vishwas Nangre Patil, Joint Commissioner of Police Shri Pravin Padwal, DCP Traffic Shri Raj Tilak Roushan, DCP Shri Yogesh, DCP Pradnya Jedge madam were present. The closing ceremony finished at 09:30 hrs. DCP Traffic Shri Raj Tilak Roushan had monitored all traffic bandobast during the said Cycle rally. We express thanks to Mumbaikars for huge participation and making it a successful event.

Place :- Mumbai. (Raj Tilak Roushan), I.P.S.

Date :- 05/06/2022. Dy. Commissioner of Police, (H.Q. & Central) Traffic, Mumbai.

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