Om Prakash Niranjan/Koderma. Navneet Kumar, 21-year-old son of Mithlesh Prasad and Rita Kumari, a resident of Targir in Nawada district of Bihar, set out to inspire the youth of the country and convey the message of Green India to the countrymen. Cycle trip to Kanyakumari. Navneet, who reached Jhumri Tilaiya in Kodarama during a cycle trip from Nawada, told Local 18 that this time he set off for a two-month cycle trip.
Navneet said that during his cycle tour of the country, after Kodarama, he would try to meet former Indian cricket team captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni at Ranchi’s Hazaribagh. Then he will go to Kanyakumari from Jamshedpur via Odisha. After that, the first match of the ICC World Cup is going to be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad from October 5. After that, he will cycle from one city to another to enjoy the World Cup matches to be held in 10 different cities in India. He said that at this time he is planning to cycle about 7 thousand kilometers.
The objective is to create awareness about Green India
Navneet said that earlier in 2023 he traveled up to Siachen by bicycle. His journey was 45 days. During this time he traveled to the high mountains of Siachen and enjoyed the beautiful scenery of nature. Navneet said that his main motive behind cycling is to inspire the youth of the country. He said, today the youth of the country is surrounded by laziness. If a young man decides to do something, it is not impossible. He said that he makes people aware about environment protection and Green India while traveling on cycle in different states.
Daily travel time of 100 to 120 km
Navneet said that while traveling the country on cycle, he travels 100 to 120 km per day on cycle. At night they pitch tents in Gurdwaras, temples, government schools or any safe place and rest. Sometimes some take them home at night. Navneet informed that he kept some clothes and some small utensils with him. Where food is prepared with the help of wood and leaves as required. He said that he had received a lot of affection and love from people from different parts of the country during his 45-day cycle journey. People have helped a lot. There was no difficulty anywhere during the journey.