Drums Against Corruption & White Collar Terrorism

Bengaluru, 22nd January 2018: On India's 69th Republic Day, 26th January, Bengaluru will witness a historic event wherein World’s Largest Drums Circle will come together with the youths in the city to raise a voice against corruption and terrorism. Drums Against Corruption & White Collar Terrorism, an initiative of Team of Whistle Blowers of the Country will attract a gathering of more than 15,000 people consisting of music bands, amateur musicians, social activists, college students and youths. They will together play drums at Kittur Rani Chennama Stadium, Jayanagar to sensitize the masses about the issue of corruption. The Drums Circle will be led by Drums Events India. With more than 1000 of shows in India and abroad they have set a bench mark in high energetic drumming and innovative drum acts. Another highlight of the event will be the release of 'Bharat Bachao' - White Collar Terrorism a sensational book on corruption and white collar terrorism in India. Sharing the USP of the book, the author Mr SN Ashoka said, "I am the whistleblower of India's biggest defence scam. This book contains facts, evidences, documentary support for all that I claim. With this book I wish to inform and alert the youth of our country against such white collar terrorism against our country."

First version of the book is in Kannada and will be available in all majorbookshops across Karnataka. It is proposed to be translated in all Indianlanguages and made available pan India both in print and online.

 

Additionally, the event proposes to be a mix of live musical andMusical  performances by Play back singer Sanjith Hegde, food stall, displays of books, panel discussionsand the like. Speaking about the event MrKishore Joseph, Director, Breathe Entertainment says "This campaignwill bring everyone together as one strong voice against corruption andterrorism, we also propose to organise similar movement in 30 districts ofKarnataka.

 

The event is open to all to attend and the entry is free. To participate,you can bring your own percussion instruments, need not be professional, justanything that makes noise or even hire from us at the event," Mr. Josephadded.

For more details call: 9483537475. 


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