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GUWAHATI, Feb 22 � Air Force Station, Digaru, is conducting a cycle expedition under the aegis of Headquarters, Eastern Air Command, IAF.

The expedition will cover a rigorous route of more than two thousand kilometres from Air Force Station, Digaru to Air Force Station, New Delhi. The aim of this expedition is to carry the message of �awareness on global warming� with the mottos �Save the Mother Earth� and �Green India, Clean India.��

The expedition was flagged off today by Group Captain Sanjay Aneja, Station Commander, Air Force Station, Digaru. The expedition team is led by Wing Commander Tarun Kumar and consists of a total of 11 members including eight cyclists including two lady officers and three supporting staff.

This is the first cycle expedition being conducted for such a long distance from North East to the capital of the country. The expedition will travel through the States of Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana and will reach New Delhi on March 18, an official statement mentioned.

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Cycle expedition flagged off

GUWAHATI, Feb 22 � Air Force Station, Digaru, is conducting a cycle expedition under the aegis of Headquarters, Eastern Air Command, IAF.

The expedition will cover a rigorous route of more than two thousand kilometres from Air Force Station, Digaru to Air Force Station, New Delhi. The aim of this expedition is to carry the message of �awareness on global warming� with the mottos �Save the Mother Earth� and �Green India, Clean India.��

The expedition was flagged off today by Group Captain Sanjay Aneja, Station Commander, Air Force Station, Digaru. The expedition team is led by Wing Commander Tarun Kumar and consists of a total of 11 members including eight cyclists including two lady officers and three supporting staff.

This is the first cycle expedition being conducted for such a long distance from North East to the capital of the country. The expedition will travel through the States of Assam, West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana and will reach New Delhi on March 18, an official statement mentioned.

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