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CRPF personnel perform Yoga in Jammu

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CRPF personnel perform Yoga in Jammu

CRPF personnel perform Yoga in Jammu

Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) on June 21 celebrated International Yoga Day by performing various Asanas.

This was the sixth edition of International Yoga Day.

The CRPF personnel also maintained the social distancing while performing Yoga.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi pitched World Yoga Day at United General Assembly in 2014.

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