Yoga is practiced across the northeast by Covid patients, troops, and CMs. On Monday, Covid patients, military forces members, Chief Ministers, Governors. And people from all walks of life attended activities commemorating the 7th International Yoga Day in several northeastern states.
Numerous Covid positive individuals practised yoga in various hospitals and Covid care centres across the northeastern states.
Governor Jagadish Mukhi of Assam and Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma of Assam both attended separate ceremonies. To commemorate the anniversary, according to the Covid procedures.
At the Raj Bhawan, the Governor and his wife Prem Mukhi took part in yoga practice. Therefore, The event was streames live across a variety of social media channels.
Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, who was in the Dhemaji district on Monday for different functions, attended a yoga session on the NHPC campus in Gerukamukh with Cabinet colleagues Ranoj Pegu and Sanjoy Kishan, among others.
Sarbananda Sonowal, the former Chief Minister of Assam, tweeted after a yoga session at his residence: “Yoga is a road to health and well-being. It maintains both our body and mind in shape and is an excellent way to deal with these trying times.”
Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb and a large number of other dignitaries practiced yoga. At the state’s major event at the Netaji Subhash Regional Coaching Centre in Agartala.
Deb later tweeted: “Yoga fever has infected everyone, even those at the Covid-sponsored Govind Ballabh Pant Medical College and Hospital in Agartala. Patients recuperating from coronavirus exercised vigorously to maintain their fitness levels.”
The major event was places at the Raj Bhawan in Itanagar, where Governor Brig (Retd) B.D. Mishra and Chief Minister Pema Khandu took part in a yoga session organized by the state’s youth affairs department.
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Manipur Chief Minister N.Biren Singh did yoga in Imphal with many sports celebrities.
Lt Col P. Khongsai, the spokesperson for the Ministry of Defence, said International Yoga Day was observes with great excitement and broad involvement in several areas of the northeastern region.
Army soldiers and family members also participated in the activities from their homes, in accordance with Covid regulations.
International Yoga Day was also celebrated by the Border Security Force’s (BSF) various frontiers, including the border outposts along international boundaries and the frontier headquarters.
According to a statement from the Airport Authority of India, the AAI observed International Yoga Day on Monday at all airports in the northeast area, while following all Covid-related health procedures and safety precautions.