About Shubham Soti Foundation
Shubham Soti Foundation was founded in the year 2010 in the fond memories of my only son Shubham Soti, whom we lost untimely in a road accident. Shubham was a very dynamic and brilliant kid who left this world on 15th of July’2010 for his heavenly journey. We thought of taking up Road Safety Awareness as our major agenda for rest of our lives by making an organization in the name of our beloved son. The idea was emotional and very firm, the only way to overcome the impact of this ever possible greatest loss in anyone’s lifetime. Hence the Shubham Soti Foundation was constituted involving a group of like minded people and started working on the agenda of creating road safety awareness in the city of Lucknow and surrounding areas.
Helmets distributed free of cost to women on the occasion of Karwa Chauth- in association with Lucknow Traffic Police
A day earlier in the festival of Karvachauth, women have fasted for the long life of their husbands. Women have fasted their husband's religion for the long life of their husbands. It is also the duty of such husbands to be alert and alert for their wife's safety....
On July 15, the Foundation launched Traffic Warrior Week on the occasion of the death anniversary of Shubham Soti and the 10th Foundation Day of Shubham Soti Foundation. Traffic Warrior Week #TrafficWarriorWeek, which started from 15 July 2020, will run throughout the...
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