Free yoga camp concludes with huge response
Kokrajhar falls silent as the three day free yoga and meditation camp concluded on Thursday with all response at Green Field, Bodofa Nwgwr in Kokrajhar.
On the concluding day, several VIP /VVIP apart from Assam Forest minister Pramila Rani Brahma,Health minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma, Hagrama Mohilary, BTC deputy chief attended and joined in the yoga exercise that seemed like festivity environment.
The camp was organised by BTC administration to pave way facilities on knowledge earning for stressfree and disease free life among citizens in the region.
Despite heavy fog since early morning,tens of thousands participants participated from different districts of lower Assam, including four BTAD districts.
Ramdev imparted training on various aspect and importance of the yoga on the three day yoga camp. Acharya Balkrishna also graced on the day and imparted training.
Sarma while attending the yoga camp said that Assam’s citizens are getting an opportunity to take yoga exercise and meditation through the Swami Baba Ramdev,who is camping in the state.
Ramdev’s teaching and yoga practices will be benefitting common masses in their healthy health leading in near future,Sarma said.
He said that state government has been working for all round development in the state. The health department has been stressing to establish medical college in Kokrajhar by short span of days.
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