|Maksam Tayeng|

PASIGHAT, Jun 16:Jyothi Rongala, a spirited and energetic younger lady from southern district of East Godavari in Andhra Pradesh, reaches Pasighat in East Siang district of Arunachal Pradesh on Friday in her unsupported and cashless bicycle trip with an goal to enroll her title within the Guinness Guide of World Information.

This superb woman Jyothi Rongala, 35 years had began her mission in 2017 with a message that, ‘Indian Roads are Protected for Girls’ and have already lined 18 states and a pair of Union Territories on bicycle, which was disrupted  for round a yr as a result of an accident in a mountain climbing programme. Nonetheless, that accident did not cease this extremely assured and courageous woman in reaching her desired purpose and continued her distinctive journey by way of eighteen states of the nation.

“My humble intention is to show that Indian streets are secure for ladies traveler and its persons are very wealthy in hospitality. My journey is unsupported and cashless and I by no means have availed my keep in authorities visitor home or accommodations. I took shelter within the residence of my well-wishers or in temples or in Gurudwaras” mentioned Jyoti who used to cowl 100 km per day in her bicycle journey. Miss Rongala is a Mountaineering teacher by occupation underneath Ministry of Protection and holds excessive ardour in taking over adventurous works. She mentioned that, she had already lined these areas and villages that are mentioned to be most harmful for ladies’s security standpoint.

In reaching Pasighat she instructed this scribe in an interview that, folks of North-East on the whole and Arunachal Pradesh specifically are very pleasant and hospitable. Her mission to cowl a distances of 30,000 KM by setting a world document is being appreciated and admired by many together with Gonesh Koyu, a retired commissioner, Govt. of Arunachal, the host to Miss Rongala in Pasighat, Arunachal Pradesh. When requested how it’s attainable for her to cowl such tiresome distances on by-cycle in solo with none money/cash, she knowledgeable that always she will get some good individuals who helps her keep at their homes and provide meals, else she manages herself to remain in temples and different public locations, however she additionally sleeps in forest aspect additionally by placing up her personal tent.

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“In cities there are various folks, however none of them provides me something to eat, however in small villages and cities right here in North-East provides better of their hospitality. Nonetheless, I didn’t confronted any atrocities and downside from anybody whereas travelling in night time time additionally which proves that, all Indian roads are secure for ladies”, added Rongala. When requested about how her concept to check ‘Indian roads are secure for ladies’ received conceptualized, Rongala instructed this reporter that, a Dutch couple in a gathering of mountaineering in a Everest Camp in Nepal had termed India a spot of rape.

“I used to be deeply harm by the assertion of that Dutch couple who had termed India a rustic of rape as many incidents of rape typically occur right here, nevertheless it doesn’t imply India is a rape nation or unsafe for ladies. It’s utterly secure like I’ve been proving it even by travelling within the nights within the locations like Chambal in Bihar which is feared to be very unsafe for ladies”, quoted Rongala whereas interesting media to not misquote her goal and miss-spell her names as some scribes and publishing homes have completed mistake in doing so.

After reaching Pasighat, the center of Aruanchal Pradesh, Ms Rongala left for different North-Japanese states like Meghalaya, Manipur, Nagaland and so on by way of Roing in Dibang valley district of Arunachal Pradesh by way of Sadia, Assam. As per her, she is planning to wrap up the mission by 2020 as she has already lined round 15000 KMs until date. She can also be intending to achieve out to all different Union territories additionally throughout the oceans like Andaman & Nicobar and Lashadweep Islands and so on.