Karnataka Elevator Manufacturers’ Association aim to create new record

The Karnataka Elevator Manufacturers’ Association is holding its lifts safety awareness programme on June 17.

Published: 15th June 2018 04:34 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th June 2018 04:34 AM   |  A+A-

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: The Karnataka Elevator Manufacturers’ Association is holding its lifts safety awareness programme on June 17. This event is vying to create a record in the Asia Book of Records and the All India Book of Records in the category of mass attempts in creating awareness, in this case regarding safety in lifts.

The association plans to involve 2,018 two-wheelers in a bike rally from Dr Rajkumar Samadhi in Nandini Layout to the association’s new office to be inaugurated on in Nagarabhavi. The rally aims to promote safety awareness regarding use of elevators and lifts using posters and also promote yoga and naturopathy on the occasion of World Yoga Day.

The association will also be giving away 2,018 tulsi saplings to the public during the rally.
“Lifts and elevators are necessary in day-to-day life but people don’t have enough knowledge about them. We are creating awareness on the safety use of lifts and elevators” said Shobha Yaduraj, founding president of Karnataka Elevators Manufacturers Association.The association has been making efforts to spread literacy through electronic and print media.

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