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Biker launches awareness campaign against rhino poaching

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, May 10 - Julin Barua of Guwahati is on a ride across the country to save the rhino through an �India Save Rhino Awareness Campaign� comprising 29 states of India to cover 25,000 km on motorcycle across the country.

Till now, he has covered West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala covering a stretch of 6,500 km.

�The campaign is for spreading awareness across the nation for conservation of the one-horned rhino of Assam�and I�m urging all the responsible people of the country to fight poaching together,� Barua said.

�In order to make the fight stronger, we need the masses to join their hands. We also need to stand by the forest personnel who work deep inside the forest - at times staying back without food for days braving poachers and harsh jungle conditions,�he said.

Barua started his ride from Guwahati on March 15 from the Assam State Zoo. During his journey so far, he has met�the Forest Minister of West Bengal, Transport Minister of Jharkhand, MSCST Minister and Forest Minister of Odisha at Bhubaneswar, and Forest officials of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu besides the Lt Governor of Puducherry, Kiran Bedi.

Barua�s final destination is Ladakh. He is also likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mumbai.

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Biker launches awareness campaign against rhino poaching

GUWAHATI, May 10 - Julin Barua of Guwahati is on a ride across the country to save the rhino through an �India Save Rhino Awareness Campaign� comprising 29 states of India to cover 25,000 km on motorcycle across the country.

Till now, he has covered West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Puducherry and Kerala covering a stretch of 6,500 km.

�The campaign is for spreading awareness across the nation for conservation of the one-horned rhino of Assam�and I�m urging all the responsible people of the country to fight poaching together,� Barua said.

�In order to make the fight stronger, we need the masses to join their hands. We also need to stand by the forest personnel who work deep inside the forest - at times staying back without food for days braving poachers and harsh jungle conditions,�he said.

Barua started his ride from Guwahati on March 15 from the Assam State Zoo. During his journey so far, he has met�the Forest Minister of West Bengal, Transport Minister of Jharkhand, MSCST Minister and Forest Minister of Odisha at Bhubaneswar, and Forest officials of Andhra Pradesh, Telangana and Tamil Nadu besides the Lt Governor of Puducherry, Kiran Bedi.

Barua�s final destination is Ladakh. He is also likely to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Mumbai.

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