Haryana Streets Turn Into Ramp As Models From 34 Nations Walk For Social Cause. Amazing!

Streets of Bahadurgarh, a small town in Haryana’s Jhajjar district looked no less than a ramp of a fashion show on Wednesday. Bearing the scorching April sun, supermodels from different parts of the world marched the streets of the town for a noble cause.

Dressed in red, models from 34 countries held placards and banners and walked the streets of the town to create awareness about sanitation and women empowerment. 

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Jhajjar district has the lowest sex ratio in the entire state of Haryana. Models from nations liken Belgium, South Africa, Japan and USA participated in the event.

 

Jhajjar district administration thought of this ingenious idea when they learnt that these models were just 50 km away in Delhi to take part in a contest on April 22nd. An official spokesperson said,

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“When the district administration came to know about their arrival in Delhi for the international supermodel contest, it asked the organisers if they could take part in a workshop and promote the cause of women’s empowerment.”

 

Leaving spectators amused with their foreign accents, the models greeted people saying “Ram Ram tau ji,” and attracted a huge crowd. Stephen Alien from the United States gave a perfect lesson to the crowd with this powerful quote.

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“The world will be a better place only when women and the environment will be respected.”

Supermodels speaking ‘Haryanvi’ while carrying placards for women empowerment, you don’t see this every day!

News Source: Hindustan Times