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Jalandhar DC, CP and MC Commissioner give clarion call to people to make Yoga an integral part of their lives

Jalandhar, June 21, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

Deputy Commissioner Jalandhar Mr. Varinder Kumar Sharma, Commissioner of Police Mr. Gurpreet Singh Bhullar and Commissioner Municipal Corporation Mr. Diperva Lakra today gave a clarion call to the people for making Yoga an integral part of their daily routine for a living a healthy and happy life.

Addressing the gathering during a district level function to mark the International Yoga Day under the ‘Tandarust Punjab’ Mission for disseminating the message of healthy body and sound mind in the city, the Deputy Commissioner, Commissioner of Police and Municipal Corporation Commissioner said that since ages Yoga have been a tradition in India for a healthy and progressive life. They said that nowadays when stressful living and lifestyle diseases were posing a serious risk to the human lives, the Yoga could be very helpful in making the state disease free and healthy. Mr. Sharma, Mr. Bhullar and Mr. Lakra exhorted the people to ensure that they spare atleast an hour for Yoga daily so that they reap benefits of a healthy life.

On the occasion highlighting the importance of the Yoga, Deputy Commissioner, the Commissioner of Police and Commissioner of Municipal Corporation said that yoga was very essential for a fit body and sound mind. They said that Yoga was necessary not only for a healthy body but a sound mind also. Mr. Sharma, Mr. Bhullar and Mr. Lakra said that every individual must practice yoga daily to remain fit and fine adding that this ancient way of life could act as a boon for them.

The Deputy Commissioner, Commissioner of Police and Commissioner Municipal Corporation said that practicing yoga at a tender age could be very helpful for the students in concentrating better towards their study and sports. They said that Yoga helps in maintaining mental and physical equilibrium thereby ensuring a quality life. Mr. Sharma, Mr. Bhullar and Mr. Lakra expressed hope that practicing Yoga regularly would help in enhancing the efficiency of every student and player.

Meanwhile, the senior officers practiced Yoga along with hundreds of other Police officers/ officials who had gathered on the occasion to take part in the International Yoga Day celebrations. During the function team comprising Ayurvedic Medical Officer Dr. Sunil, Dr. Anita, Dr. Akanksha, Dr. Rupali, Dr. Priyanka and Dr. Shashi Bhushan imparted Yoga training to around officers/ officials and students present on the occasion.

Earlier, District Ayurvedic Officer Dr. Ranjna Bansal, Associate Professor (Yoga) DAV Ayurveda College Dr. Gaggan Thakur, Dr. Chetan Mehta, Dr. Avinash Sondhi, State President NIMA Dr. Parvinder Bajaj and others welcomed the guests.

On the occasion Joint Commissioner Municipal Corporation Mr. Harcharan Singh, District Sports Officer Mr. Balwinder Singh, District Guidance Counselor Mr. Surjit Lal, Dr. Surinder Kalyan, Councilor Ms. Jasleen Sethi, Coaches Mr. Harjinder Singh, Mr. Varun Kumar and others were also present.

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