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Do yoga to stay fit: Sandeep Singh

Chandigarh Director General of Police Sanjay Baniwal retweeted his post,

Haryana Sports and Youth Affairs Minister and former captain of Indian hockey team Sandeep Singh on Tuesday asked the people to start their day with yoga.

“Do yoga to keep fit,” he tweeted.

He tagged his pictures of doing yoga exercises while wearing sports shoes.

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Sandeep tweeted “Do yoga to keep fit,”. Pixabay

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Retweeting his post, Chandigarh Director General of Police Sanjay Baniwal wrote: “Amazing pictures. You inspire us all.” (IANS)

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