Mathura, Jun 13 : Four post-graduation students will embark on a cycle trip from Kanyakumari to Leh to raise awareness about organ donation. The students will begin their 4,500 kilometres on June 17 from Kanyakumari and will reach Leh on August 6, on World Organ Donation Day. “We will leave from Agra Cantt tomorrow and after reaching Kanyakumari, we will set out for Leh. Covering 100 kilometres per day and going through 43 cities, we will complete our journey in 50 days,” said Saransh Goswani who had come to visit his university here yesterday. Also Read: V Narayanasamy to be sworn in as Puducherry CM today Also Read - Indian Army's Fire and Fury Corps in Leh Gets Lt Gen P G K Menon as Its New Head

“We have decided to provide financial help to the participants for their venture,” chancellor of GLA University said. The cities they will visit include Ajmer, Udaipur, Manali, Panipat, Vadodara, Mumbai, Panaji, Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram. Also Read - Two Earthquakes Hit Ladakh, No Damage Reported

“We have named our campaign as GORGON, ‘which stands for ‘Go For Organ’,” Goswami said, adding the idea of cycle trip was suggested by one of the participants, Manoj Sharma. He said besides him and Sharma, Suchitra Singh and Vikramjit Singh have already pledged to donate their organs and wants others to follow their path. Also Read - Amid Chants of 'Bharat Mata Ki Jai', Braveheart Nyima Tenzin Laid to Rest in Leh, Twitter Pays Emotional Tribute | Watch