Correct Answer - Option 2 : Mahatma Gandhi's Salt March
Drawing inspiration from Mahatma Gandhi’s Salt March, FSSAI launched a national campaign “Swasth Bharat Yatra” on 16th October 2018 on the occasion of World Food Day.
'Swasth Bharat Yatra', a pan-India Cyclothon, is a key element of the Eat Right India movement. It is being held across 350 locations across the country for connecting
1.33 billion people to promote the message of safe and wholesome food in the country.
1. This Yatra was flagged off on 16th October 2018 on World Food Day from six different locations which are Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala), Puducherry, Leh (Jammu & Kashmir), Ranchi (Jharkhand), Panaji (Goa), & Agartala (Tripura) and cover almost all states & UTs.
2. Spread around 100 days over 7,500 volunteer cyclists would stop at 2,000+ locations, and conduct in-city and en-route activities and 'Prabhat Pheris' to propagate the message of Eat Right India.
3. The convoy comprised of a team of 150 'Volunteer-Cyclists' and they covered 50-60 kilometers daily, halting at 2-3 towns and cities on the way. The convoy also
included an 'Eat Right Mobile Unit' and a Mobile Food Testing Unit. Volunteer Cyclists handed over the symbolic relay baton to the next batch at the stopover points and return.
4. The last batch of cyclists converged in New Delhi on 27th January 2019 concluding the Yatra in the first phase of the Eat Right India movement.