Longest Walk for Global Warming

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Kamlakant Rai
longest walk for global warming

Kamlakant Rai (born on July 10, 2010) of Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh took the banner of spearheading a cause of concern for the entire humanity. For this, he started his walk on January 23, 2010 at 6.15 am from the Western coast of India – Pipavav Shipyard Limited, Gujarat and ended on Eastern coast – Hindustan Shipyard Limited, Vishakhapatnam on March 13, 2010 at 8.30 am, with a message “Save Plant to Save Earth”, which is of paramount importance to protect our earth from GLOBAL WARMING. On his way, he visited schools and colleges to promote his message among the youth. He covered a awesome distance of 2050 km in this mission.