Man cycles from Madhya Padesh to Delhi in show of support for demonetisation

"The main aim of this journey is to support Prime Minister, who has taken courageous decisions like surgical strikes (in PoK) and demonetisation," said Rajendra Singh

By: PTI | New Delhi | Published: December 10, 2016 6:23 pm

A 45-year-old tribal man from Madhya Pradesh has embarked on a 15-day cycle tour to Delhi in support of the Centre’s demonetisation move. Rajendra Singh, who started the journey from Kukshi town in Dhar district on Friday, also pins hope of meeting Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the national capital to urge him that more such “tough” decisions should be taken for the country.

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“The main aim of this journey is to support Prime Minister, who has taken courageous decisions like surgical strikes (in PoK) and demonetisation,” Singh told reporters before hitting the road.

“During the course of journey, which will be completed in 15 days, I will tell the nation that people are happy with this decision. After reaching Delhi, I will request the Prime Minister to take more such tough decisions in the interest of the nation,” he said.

During the expedition, Singh will pass via Badnawar and Ratlam towns in Madhya Pradesh then enter Rajasthan, where he will pedal his way via Banswada and Jaipur, before reaching Delhi.

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