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4 cyclists embark on mission to cover 6000km of the golden quadrilateral

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A team of four cyclists, led by Pramod Kumara Katara, have embarked on a unique mission to cover 6000 km of the golden quadrilateral in 33 days. Agra district magistrate PN Singh flagged off the team from Khelgaon.

The objective of the exercise is to promote paralympic games and inspire those with physical disabilities, said Kantara. Kantara is a passionate cyclist and has several records to his name. The other three to embark on the trip are Rakesh Kumar of Aurangabad, Pramod Kumar of Kolkatta, Manish of Prayagraj and Ajit of Ranchi.

"Each day we will cycle 250 to 300 km. Starting from Agra we will touch Delhi, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, Bangaluru, Chennai, Kolkatta and return to Agra in 33 days," said Katara.

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