The Indian Government’s Niti Ayog is hosting the Global Mobility Summit 2018 and Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli has lent his support for this cause.
In a video posted on his Twitter, Virat talks about how the playing areas of children are being converted into parking areas due to an increase in the number of vehicles in the country. He advocated the use of shared mobility and applauded the Niti Ayog’s gesture of hosting of MOVE or the Global Mobility Summit.
He said that he was inspired by the Indian PM Narendra Modi and the Niti Ayog for their efforts to kickstart these reforms so that the playing grounds for kids remain untouched. He said that he would try as much as possible to follow the reforms and asked people to use shared mobility. He asked people to use carpool and public transport.
Here is Virat Kohli’s message on share mobility:
???????? Let’s #Moveforward to a future of shared and connected mobility. ???? #GMS2018— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 5, 2018
Please help in spreading this message @PMOindia @narendramodi @NITIAayog @MORTHIndia @Uber_India pic.twitter.com/fXKSo6vvx7