Saturday, 16 June 2018 | PNS | Dehradun–
To inspect the preparations for the International Day of Yoga programme slated on June 21, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat visited Forest Research Institute (FRI) campus on Friday. Giving directions to the officials, CM said that organising the public yoga programme in an orderly manner is the responsibility of everyone.
He said that all necessary arrangements for the successful conduct of the programme should be completed in advance. He further said that many elderly and specially abled (Divyangs) people are willing to participate in the Yoga programme. In view of this, separate arrangements should be made for them, he added.
CM was accompanied during the visit by the chief secretary Utpal Kumar Singh and director general police Anil Kumar Raturi.
Director, FRI Dr Savita, district magistrate Dehradun S A Murugeshan and senior superintendent of police (SSP) Dehradun Nivedita Kukreti were also present on the occasion.
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