Thursday, September 23, 2021

Anurag Thakur to launch nationwide programme of Fit India Freedom Runs 2.0 on Friday

Fit India Freedom Run being organized as part of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. Union Minister of Youth Affairs and Sports Anurag Singh Thakur will launch the Nationwide programme of Fit India Freedom Runs 2.0 on Friday. Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Nisith Pramanik will also join the launch event, where organizations like BSF, CISF, CRPF, Railways, NYKS, ITBP, NSG, SSB would also join virtually from iconic locations like across the country. The iconic locations include National Stadium Delhi, Chandrasekhar Azad Park Allahabad, Cellular Jail Port Blair, Kaza Post in Himachal Pradesh and Gateway of India in Mumbai. There will also be 75 physical events at different historical locations on launch day.

Subsequently, each week programmes will be held in 75 districts and at 75 villages in each district till 2nd October 2021. Thus, Fit India Freedom Runs will be organized in 744 Districts, 75 villages in each of the 744 Districts and 30 thousand Educational Institutions across the country. Through this initiative, more than 7.50 Crore youth and citizen will be reached to take part in the run.

In his message, Minister of Youth Affairs and Sport has urged people to resolve for a fit and healthy India because only a fit and healthy India can be a strong India. He also appealed everyone to take part in the nationwide fit India Freedom Run 2.0 and make it people’s movement.

The aim of this nationwide initiative is to encourage people to take up fitness activities such as running and sports in their daily lives and get freedom from obesity, laziness, stress, anxiety, diseases etc. Through this campaign, citizens will be given call to make a resolve to include physical activity of at least 30 minutes daily in their lives “FITNESS KI DOSE, AADHA GHANTA ROZ”.

 

The key activities of Fit India Freedom Run 2.0 include pledge, rendering of National Anthem, Freedom Run, cultural functions at venues, awareness among Youth Volunteers to participate and also organize similar Freedom Runs in their villages. People can register and upload their run on Fit India portal, fitindia.gov.in and promote freedom run on their social media channels with #Run4India and #AzadikaAmritMahotsav.

 

Prominent people, Public Representatives, PRI leaders, social workers, sports persons, media personalities, doctors, farmers and Army personnel are being requested to participate, encourage and motivate the people by gracing these events at various levels. Events will be organized physically and virtually all across the country by following the COVID-19 protocols.

 

Central Government Ministries, States Governments and other Organizations have been requested to conduct physical/virtual Freedom Run events throughout the campaign till 2nd October 2021. To make the campaign people driven, efforts are being made to encourage friends, families and peer groups etc to participate in the event in the maximum.

‘Fit India Freedom Run’ was conceived last year in the wake of COVID-19 Pandemic when social distancing became ‘new normal lifestyle, so as to keep the imperative need of fitness active even while following the social distancing norms.

 

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