Inspiration: Service At Full Throttle!

Abhishek Mazumdar

May 16th, 2016

Image Courtesy: Throttle 350

Throttle 350 is community where riding is passion and Royal Enfield is religion. But this is not the only activity they do, they’re also involved in a lot of community service missions like the one they did recently. On 15th of May, 2016, they decided to serve the dislocated farmer families of Maharashtra (India) who have settled in Ghatkopar region of Mumbai.

Farmer

There are around 350 farmer families that have come all the way from Latur (Maharashtra) and Throttle 350 distributed 5 kg of rice to each family. The team also spent time with the families to learn more about their difficult situation and more ways in which they can serve them.

Farmer

Farmer

Our Mumbai volunteer spoke to one of the founding members of the team: Mr. Jasjit Singh. He firmly believes in SERVICE that is one of the most important pillars of the team and his life.

“We’re all aware of the drought in our state that has displaced many farmers away from their home in search of food and water. We feel it’s our moral duty to serve our farmer brothers and sisters in their endless struggle by sharing a bit of their load.”

The Logical Indian team salutes the spirit of this Biker-gang and appeals the people to offer support to the dislocated farmer families who have taken refuge in the Municipal Ground II, Bhattwadi, Ghatkopar region of Mumbai (India).

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