Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi makes controversial statement on Yoga; Ramdev Reacts!
A controversy has arisen due to a tweet by Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi.
New Delhi: International Yoga Day is being celebrated across the world today. Amidst the Corona period, following the guidelines, programs related to Yoga Day are being organized.
Singhvi's controversial remark on Yoga:
Meanwhile, a controversy has arisen due to a tweet by Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi. On the occasion of Yoga Day, he has written that chanting Om will neither make yoga more powerful nor will the power of yoga be reduced by saying Allah.
Talking to a channel on Abhishek Manu Singhvi's tweet, Ramdev has also reacted. He has said that Ishwar Allah Tero Naam, God give everyone permission. On this day, Singhvi's tweet is getting mixed response on social media. Many people were seen tweeting in protest and some in favor.
Ramdev reacts on Singhvi's comment:He said that on the occasion of Yoga Day, I wish that every society and every person should be healthy. The sages and sages called 'samatvam yoga uchate' for yoga. He had made restraint in a way a parameter of yoga, being equal in misery. Today, in this tragedy of the Corona era, Yoga has proved this fact. Yoga increased people's confidence that we can fight this disease.
Yoga Day 2021:
PM Modi has also announced the M-Yoga app today. He said that now the world is going to get power through M-Yoga app. In this, many videos of yoga training will be available in different languages of the world. The PM said that I am confident that the M-Yoga app will help in making the efforts of One World One Health successful.
PMM said that yoga remains a ray of hope when the whole world is fighting the covid 19 global pandemic. In this difficult time, people in so much trouble could forget yoga, they could ignore it. But on the contrary, enthusiasm for yoga has increased among people, love for yoga has increased further.
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