The song titled ” is written by Satyarthi himself and composed by Indian ocean, featuring. Withing 24 hours, it has crossed 2 million views onand.
The song is interspersed with videos from Satyarthi’s previous marches and features a call to action by him, urging citizens of this country to join the fight againstand trafficking.
Amit Kilam of Indian Ocean said, ‘We need a few more people in India like Kailash Satyarthi ji who work for the people. Pure dedication and sincerity to the fighting for the rights of children and keeping them safe. We are happy and honoured to walk a few steps with him by making the ‘Nikal Pade Hain’ song for the Bharat Yatra!’
Satyarthi’s Bharat Yatra has also received support from Google through its Homepage promotion (Image: BCCL)
Kailash Satyarthi has been campaigning for the freedom, safety and security for children across the globe for the past 36 years. His Nobel Peace Prize (2014) was for his continuous efforts and struggle for the rights children.
His Bharat Yatra has also received support from Google through its Homepage promotion, which urged users to join the Nobel Laureate in his quest to eradicate violence against children in the country.
‘Satyarthi ji has taken on an incredible task-his Bharat Yatra is a much-needed initiative and as an artist to be able to lend my voice to this initiative that aims to bring about social change means a lot to me. It means that all of India is coming together to make this happen. To make sure that there will be and must be a better, safer tomorrow for our children, for our girls’, added Sonam Kalra.
The Yatra is the launch of the three-year campaign against child rape and child sexual abuse which is aimed at increasing awareness and reporting of the cases, strengthening intuitional response including medical health and compensations, ensuring protection for victims and witnesses during trials and increasing convictions of child sexual abuse in a time bound manner.
Here’s the full song…