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Odisha Chief Minister Mohan Charan Majhi participated in the 10th International Day of Yoga event

Bhubaneswar:21/6/24: Odisha Chief Minister Sri Mohan Charan Majhi participated in the 10th International Day of Yoga event at Kalinga stadium in Bhubaneswar on Friday.

The CM led the state-level yoga event with the theme ‘Yoga for Self and Society’ to highlight the importance of the ancient practice of yoga.

Speaking on the occasion, CM highlighted the importance of incorporating yoga into every aspect of life for mental well-being.

“Yoga is essential for mental well-being. It is necessary to do yoga not only today but every day”, maintained Majhi.

He further said “Arrangements have been made to celebrate the International Yoga Day in different parts of the state. Ministers, MPs, and MLAs have graced the programmes as guests. This will definitely help in forming a new Odisha and a healthy Odisha.”

Taking to his X handle, CM also wrote: “Hearty congratulations and best wishes on International Yoga Day. Yoga is not only a physical practice but a transformative journey in daily lifestyle, which is very beneficial for one’s personal and social health. Yoga should be done for the well-being of self and society. Do yoga every day and stay healthy.”The programme held at Kalinga Stadium was attended by the Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Suryabanshi Suraj, Chief Secretary Pradeep Jena, Development Commissioner Anu Garg, Sports Secretary R Veenil Krishna apart from CM.

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