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POONCH: As part of the Nation-wide movement, Department of Youth Services and Sports (DYSS) organised Fit India campaign through a road march in the town spreading the message, ‘Fitness Ka Dose Aada Ganta Rose’.The march was flagged off by Zonal Physical Education Officer (ZPEO) Poonch, Narinder Singh involving students, officers and locals in the campaign.District officer (DYSS), Mohd Qasim also interacted with the participants and asked the people of the district to join hands in spreading the message of fitness.Other senior DYSS officers, who were part of the march, included Mohd Tariq, Kewel Krishan, Chander Kant and Gurdev Singh.
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