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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Haryana Govt to organise yoga camps on June 21

Haryana Government will organise a series of yoga camps across the State to celebrate International Yoga Day on June 21. A State level function will also be organised in Karnal on the same day. Haryana Sports and Youth Affairs Minister, Anil Vij on Monday said that a 3-day  yoga training camp is going on at tehsil and block level and would conclude on June 9.

Such yoga training camps would be organised at all district headquarters in the State on June 13 and 14. These would be attended by employees and Administrative Officers. He said that Yoga Guru Swami Ramdev will conduct yoga training camp at Panchkula on June 15 and 16 in which he would impart yoga training to Ministers, MLAs, MPs, IAS officers and other senior officials.

All Judges of Punjab and Haryana High Court and public representatives of various political parties will also be invited to take part in this camp. Vij said that Patanjali Yogpeeth trainers of Patanjali Yog Samiti would impart training in these training camps that are already providing training to Sarpanchs, Panchs, PTI teachers and other employees at tehsil and block level yoga training camps. The preparations to celebrate International Yoga Day are being made on a large scale and about 5,000 workers of Patanjali Yogpeeth and teachers are working for this.

In the State level programme, 21,000 yoga performers would participate. As many as 2,100 performers would participate at district headquarters, said Vij. The Minister added that 35-minute yoga programme would be organised during the programme of June 21 as per the directions of Central Government, where besides training of yoga “asanas” and other yogic actions and lesson of honesty would also be taught for the welfare of the society.

School children, employees, police personnel, officers of various departments, social worker, representatives of various institutions and youth, the aged and women would participate in various programmes.       ...


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