Mission Journalism celebrated Yoga Day at Gateway of India

Rakesh Kashyap/Mumbai

    Today on 21st June all over the world, health conscious people performed World Yoga Day celebrated. But in Mumbai, a unique public awareness was seen by the differently-abled towards yoga. Where from Mumbai's Worli Sea Face to Gateway of India, social workers with disabilities rode tandem cycles and gave a public awareness message to Mumbaikars about yoga in a special way throughout the rally. In this special Cycling Marathon organized by Mission Journalism, about 50 differently-abled cyclists, while hoisting the big tricolor on the road, remained the center of attraction on the streets of Mumbai due to their unique tandem cycle and yoga ideas on bicycles. Seeing this, everyone greatly appreciated this courage of the disabled. 

    This rally was started by industrialist Alokkumar Kasliwal by firing a gun in the air. While social worker Sundari Thakur and chartered accountant Pratap Kankaria flagged off the cyclists. On the other hand, Advocate Vinod Kakaria, Ramakant, Vinod Salvikar and Kiran, all these guests together encouraged the differently-abled with their presence and thoughts. 

   This unique rally started from Worli Sea Face and reached the Gateway of India at exactly 8.30 hrs via Haji Ali Road, Girgaum Chowpatty, Marine Drive, Vidhan Bhawan and Mantralaya. Where all the cyclists were honored by the guests by giving them trophies, medals and certificates. In the rally, Sundari Thakur praised all the cyclists including the organizer and president of Mission Journalism Shailesh Jaiswal. Whereas industrialist S Kumarshree Alok Kasliwal assured to provide employment to all the differently-abled for financial help. Whereas President Shailesh Jaiswal called upon everyone to bring a revolution of positive thoughts in the media world and society, besides the assurance of continuing to help the differently-abled through such events.

Family counselor Ranjit Singh and mind therapist Dr Nelson D'souza made their special contribution to make this program a success. Whereas to make the program a success, the organization's secretary Mayank Shekhar, trustee Deepak Katpra, trustee Akshay Sonkamble, senior journalist and Mumbai suburb president Rakesh Kashyap and activists Qamar Ansari, Reshma Ansari, Gopal Shete, Rakesh Chavda, Jitendra Mistry and Sankalp Shailesh Jaiswal in Everyone worked hard.


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