She said, ''It is a good move in the sense, as the Gurgaon Police is tied up with the elections. We have to be fair to them. They have been very good with us and supportive.'' Gurgaon Police has been impressed with Raahgiri, which might have prompted them to support the event even after its deadline of March 30.
Sukhbir Singh said, ''We are going to support the event even after the elections. Raahgiri is a very good event, as it has also made people aware of the traffic rules, which is a must.'' He has visited the event personally as well, which he terms it to be an 'impressive one.'
The organisers makes sure that the Raahgiri event is free from any kind of commercialisation. ''We need to be careful so that Raahgiri does not get misused. It has also become a platform of people to use it for their commercial interests,'' said Latika Thural.
There have been reports of Raahgiri participants complaining about the recent Raahgiri event, which might have been disrupted by a BJP rally. Political parties use such kind of gatherings for their vested interests with the elections coming up in a fortnight or so.
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