Tawi Trekkers team flags off mountaineer Bari to Ladakh


JAMMU: Advisor of Tawi Trekkers J&K Ram Khajuria flagged of an environmentalist and a mountaineer Mazharul Bari, on a solo bike expedition to Umling la (5798m) in Ladakh, the highest motorable pass in the world, from Sprawling Buds ICSE School, Bantalab, here today.
Prominent among others who gave Mazharul Bari a warm send off and wished him grand success in his noble mission included Arti Sharma, chairperson and Seema Sharma, Director of Sprawling Buds ICSE School; Shawetica Khajuria, president of Tawi Trekkers J&K; Sumit Khajuria, vice president of Mountaineering Association of J&K; Sahil Magotra of Nippon India Mutual Fund; Isha Singh, Meenakshi and Bhaibav Sharma.
During his 3000 km solo ride, Mazharul Bari shall negotiate 20 mountain passes including Khardungla during his 12 days venture into the Himalaya.
However, his primary mission is to spread the message of ‘No Drugs’ besides preservation of environment.
A resident of Jamshedpur and employed with Tata Steel Security as a Sub Inspector, Mazharul Bari is an international Rescue Scuva Diver who has saved many people from drowning and has also recovered innumerable dead bodies from deep water bodies in difficult situations.

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