KISS Students Celebrate Human Rights Day

Bhubaneswar: Like every year tribal students of KISS joined the world in celebrating the Human Rights Day by forming unique human chain covering almost 25 km here on Monday.

Human Chain for Humanity was unique, for this it was described as worlds longest human chain by 20,000 tribal and indigenous children of Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS) who demonstrated the theme, My Voice Counts, a KISS statement said.

This was aimed at creating awareness amongst the people of Odisha. The human chain starting from KIIT University campus covered almost the entire capital city of Bhubaneswar, in a radius of 25 kms, it said.

Eminent personalities including ministers, MP and MLAs, senior officials, journalists and cinestars joined the students to support and encourage them. Founder of KISS, Achyuta Samanta was also present to encourage the children in their mission to create awareness about the importance of human rights, the statement said.