HYDERABAD: Thousands joined in Raahgiri on its fourth Sunday. The highlight being the Art Competition on Road Safety by Transport Department, Government of Telangana.
It is a four week Art Competition that was organised to create awareness informed. The best painting out of the four weeks will be presented to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, informed Sandeep Kumar Sultanaia, transport department commissioner. “80 per cent of road accidents occur due to the mistakes of the drivers. We wanted to create lot of awareness to the drivers,” he added.
Around 20 artists – amateurs and professionals participated in the competition. The messages and art works painted too were impressive. The one Last Call – was touted to be the best.
Janakamma, a elderly person painted a painting ‘Thinline. “My painting expresses that there is thin line between accident and safety; life and death,” she explained.
CBIT studetns performed flash mob as well as promoted the college fest.
Start Up Mob performed a Flash and Freeze Mob act. They also had two kms of Cyclothon. The fourth week witnessed a huge turnout. Design Quiz was organised, where people were asked to identify seven buildings of Hyderabad, seven India based logos and six international obselete objects.