Prisoners did yoga in district jail
Mau, June 21 (His) On the occasion of International Yoga Day, in compliance with the protocol issued by the Ministry of AYUSH, under the leadership of Additional District Judge FTC Asif Iqbal Rizvi and District Legal Services Authority Secretary Kunwar Mitra Singh Kushwaha, prisoners in the district jail, jail International Yoga Day program was celebrated from 7:00 am to 8:00 am with staff, technical volunteers, panel advocates.
At the same time, women prisoners were also made to practice yoga. Yoga was done by yoga instructor Mrityunjay Dwivedi and Nakul Yadav Patanjali Yuva Bharat and Lok Kalyan Seva Trust. During yoga practice, the yoga instructor explained in detail about yoga, how beneficial it is to do yoga in our life. He told that yoga is a spiritual process, in which the work of bringing the mind and soul together is done. The term yoga and its process related to meditation, yoga has carved a niche for itself as a form of physical exercise and has become popular around the world today, which promotes better control and well-being of the mind and body. He explained that yoga is an art as well as a science, as it provides practical ways to control the body and mind. Through which deep meditation is possible. Unless yoga is done regularly, the importance of yoga cannot be known.
After the yoga practice, plantation was done jointly by Additional District Judge, District Legal Services Authority Secretary, District Jail Superintendent, Deputy Jail Superintendent in the District Jail premises. Inspection of the quality of food given to the prisoners in the prison and the restaurant house was done. Where the Secretary of the District Legal Services Authority said that regular cleaning of the restaurant house and 100 percent purity should be maintained in the food being prepared.
On the said occasion, Jail Superintendent Nagesh Singh, Deputy Jail Superintendent Amar Singh, Jail Visitor Shyam Sunder Singh, Rashmi Agarwal, Kiran Agarwal, Panel Advocates Brijesh Singh, Nirmala Yadav, Ankush Singh, Dhiraj Tripathi from District Legal Services Authority, Chandra Prakash Tiwari along with District Other prison staff were present.