Patna, Feb 28 (ANI): A bicycle rally was organised here on Saturday in a bid to end corruption in the state.
Carrying placards and shouting slogans, around 200 enthusiastic cyclists participated in the rally.
District Magistrate of Patna, Jitendra Kumar Sinha, who led the rally, called upon the people to fight corruption.
"We have started this cycle rally to end the corruption that takes place in government offices in the state. To create awareness against corruption, we have organised this rally. The State Government has started a movement against corruption and has even announced to reward those people who will help the government to fight corruption," said Sinha.
Young participants said they were determined to fight corruption.
"Through this cycle rally, we want to convey the message that we have to end the corruption in the state and the world over. We want to create a new Bihar," said Munna Kumar, a participant.
Anti-corruption rallies were flagged off in all the districts in the state. (ANI)