High Minister Narendra Modi was once scheduled to participate in an World Yoga Day programme on June 21 in Leh, however because of the COVID-19 pandemic, his commute there may be unsure, the AYUSH Ministry has stated.
In March, AYUSH Ministry officers had stated that Leh in Ladakh would be the venue for the principle match on World Yoga Day on June 21 and High Minister Modi will attend it.
Then again, requested if the High Minister will take part in any Yoga Day match this 12 months maintaining in thoughts the COVID-19 pandemic, AYUSH Secretary Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha informed information company Press Believe of India that “it’s not determined but”.
He additionally stated that this 12 months’s Yoga Day might be celebrated on digital media platforms.
“It’s not but determined whether or not the High Minister will take part in a programme. Previous, it was once determined that he’ll cross to Leh, however now because of the COVID-19 disaster, it’s not but determined whether or not he’ll cross to Leh or no longer,” the reliable informed information company PTI.
“The primary match might be a large match, however it’s going to be virtual,” he stated, including that the modalities are nonetheless being labored out.
In view of the COVID-19 pandemic, this 12 months’s World Yoga Day could be celebrated on virtual media platforms and there could be no mass gatherings, the federal government stated.
This 12 months’s theme might be ‘Yoga at House and Yoga with Circle of relatives’. Folks might be in a position to sign up for Yoga Day celebrations nearly at 7 am on June 21.
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