Women’s Night Run For Safety and Empowerment of Women held
Organized by The Hyderabad Runners Society in partnership with Society for Cyberabad Security Council( SCSC)
Hyderabad, October 24, 2021: Second edition of Starlight Strides and SHE SAFE 2021--Women's Night Run was held on Saturday night at University of Hyderabad, Gachibowli. The Vice-Chancellor of University of Hyderabad and Deputy Commissioner of Police C.Anasuya, Head of Women and Child Safety Wing, Cyberabad presided as the chief guests. It attracted more than 750 women runners from all walks of life doctors, Nurses, runners, Housewives, SHE Teams, Students, Sanghamitras, Margadarshaks informed Ms. Pratyusha of SCSC (Society for Cyberabad Security Council).
It was organized by The Hyderabad Runners Society (HRS) in partnership with SCSC this year, as a part of their joint vision for the promotion of women’s safety and empowerment , Organizing the Women’s Night Run, is a way of encouraging women to reclaim their own safety and empower themselves with strong resilience be vocal on safety matters.
Race Director Sonali General Secretary, SCSC Krishna Yedula and other graced the occasion. .
The Event Started with Ekam band a sister Duo Veda and Sloka (15 and 10 years) with a popular Medley by Sriram , followed by a enthralling Zumba Fitness moves. The Flag off of 5 KM , 10 KM timed and 5 KM untimed run got started with great energy by the runners.
The Hyderabad Runners Society is made up of a large group of passionate runners who apart from enjoying the sport of running have been actively involved in promoting running as the preferred choice of fitness. HRS thrives to bring about a positive change in the attitudes of the general public of Hyderabad city towards health, wellness and running. Like before, as a special recognition to women,
SCSC is a unique organization to promote awareness on personal safety and security, reduce crime, and work towards enhancing safety and security in Cyberabad and IT Corridor, making business bio-network a safe business destination in the world through robust surveillance systems and patrolling. The Council gives high priority to personal safety in general and women safety in particular.