CRY paints public wall clean

The Mekhri Circle wall, which otherwise is full of slush and dust, looked neat and tidy on Sunday as the volunteers of Child Rights and You (CRY) painted it clean. After Malleswaram and Hosur Road, it was this junction that underwent a makeover as part of “CRY’s Vote for Child Rights” campaign. 

The objective of the painting campaign is to ensure child rights form an integral part of manifestos of political parties. Suma Ravi, Regional Director, CRY (South), said, “Our wall painting events have become a medium for us to engage with people on the street and to include them in our campaign for ensuring that child rights get due weightage and importance within diverse political party manifestos.”  

The nationwide campaign which began on November 13, 2013, also throws light on the state of human rights in the country.

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