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Staying home is mantra to fight Covid-19: J&K sports fraternity

April 04, 2020 | UNI/Jammu

While appeals and requests are pouring in from all parts of the world asking people to 'Stay Home & Stay Safe', the sports fraternity, including players, coaches, officials, sports promoters in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, has also appealed to the people asserting that staying home is the only 'mantra' to collectively fight the pandemic.
The fraternity also suggested that staying physically and mentally fit is must but important factor is to stay indoors.
Former Ranji Trophy player and BCCI member, Ranjit Kalra said, ''The situation we are passing through is a very critical but it shall pass on. We all have to fight collectively.''
''As Indians, we celebrate many festivals with harmony irrespective of religion, caste, colour and creed. Similarly at this moment, we have to stay united to deal the present situation,'' said the sports promoter and added, ''this is the time to show our unity for the country, its people, our families, friends, relatives.''
''Let us maintain social distancing to socialise in future,'' he said and added that presently, alertness and sensibility, can save generations to come.
Mr Kalra also initiated in making people aware about the cause by appealing sports fraternity to share their videos on social media and spread a message of COVID19.
The sportspersons, coaches and sports promoters however, have requested to people to adhere to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's appeal to win over the situation.
Mr Kalra expressed gratitude to the fraternity for their response and cooperation.
The videos are being circulated by people in which, the sports experts are guiding them on how to stay fit and adopt fitness rules by staying indoors.
Chief Coach Basketball (SAI), Aman Sharma said, ''just as a batsman ducks a sharp bouncer and a boxer ducks a powerful punch, it's time to sensibly duck the deadly Corona by simply staying in the cozy serenity of our homes and let it pass by''.
''It is out.. desperately looking for a human body to survive. Don’t offer it yours. Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Fit,'' said the coach.
Veteran Cricketer and former Ranji Trophy player, Mithun Manhas said, ''I want to request everyone to stay home because it is the medicine to fight the virus.''
He also appealed to those people having foreign travel history to disclose about it to the concerned state administrations because it will help in saving so many lives.
Indian Wushu Coach Kuldeep Handoo said, ''The deadly virus has shattered the world and the outbreak has taken a gigantic shape with over 47,000 deaths reported worldwide and more than 50 deaths in India so far''.
''The only remedy to overcome this deadly virus is to 'Stay Home, Stay Safe' and Stay Healthy, we shall overcome,'' he said and appealed to people to follow the advisories of the government and it is social responsibility of every citizen of the country to aware masses about the remedial measures of this deadly virus.
''Doctors, Nurses, Police and many other agencies are risking their lives for us, we need to salute their dedication and sacrifices for our safety,'' he said.
''Being a sports person, we have firm faith to perform record breaking performances in many events and this is possible only if the advisories are followed sincerely,'' he said.
''With our indoor activities, we can keep ourselves fit,'' he said.
Former International Fencing player and International referee, Rashid Ahmed Choudhary feels that maintaining social distancing and staying home will help in breaking the chain.
''Besides having all kudos for our frontline machinery fighting against this deadly virus, we should come forward for the help of the needy as well, especially the poor and labourer class, who are unable to earn their daily wages, by giving them food, ration, fruits and medicines any they require,'' he said.
''Being a part of sports fraternity, I appeal people to follow fitness mantras by regularly exercising and a planned diet chart,'' he said.
Arun Malhotra, Former Indian Footballer, said, ''the Covid-19 outbreak has brought the world to a standstill forcing people to stay at homes''.
''As we all know that major tournaments have been postponed and now in such a situation, sportsperson should play important role. We can make three weeks indoor fitness training schedule to keep ourselves fit and also aware masses to work on Cardio, Conditioning or Core training,'' he said.
He also appeal people to stay home and isolate and keep themselves involved in playing fun games, reading books or watching movies.
''I salute to all the warriors who are working tirelessly and may this phase soon get away and peace restores,'' he said.
Physical Education Teacher in the Department of Youth Services and Sports, Mousami Verma said, ''we must sincerely obey the lockdown to control the COVID19 spread. We must stay united in this war.''
''Being a sportsperson I suggest that one should never give up to anything in life. We can fight it with positive attitude,'' she added.
Ashwani Gupta, former First Class cricketer, urged people to keep social distancing and staying at home. He said this is the testing time for every citizen and cooperate with the Government by following the instructions.
Physical Director and Coach Roopali Slathia said, ''first of all we should follow the Government advisories and maintain social distancing''.
Being a sportsperson, she advised that all sportspersons of the country should prove it strongly that they are with the PM’s cause of fight against coronavirus.
''We should stay at home, exercise regularly, drink lot of water, wash hands frequently and donate as much as we can,'' she added.
Judo Coach Ritika Slathia said, ''As a sports person I will encourage people to stay home and utilize their time in different activities.''
She appealed people to practice yoga in routine as it builds up immune system and strengthen not only physically but also mentally and said, ''instead of believing in rumours, believe only on reliable information circulated by the concerned authorities and avoid sharing fake inputs on social media.''
''Channelising energy into positivity than paying attention on rumours will help us in aggressively fighting the pandemic,'' she expressed.

 

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April 04, 2020 | UNI/Jammu

While appeals and requests are pouring in from all parts of the world asking people to 'Stay Home & Stay Safe', the sports fraternity, including players, coaches, officials, sports promoters in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, has also appealed to the people asserting that staying home is the only 'mantra' to collectively fight the pandemic.
The fraternity also suggested that staying physically and mentally fit is must but important factor is to stay indoors.
Former Ranji Trophy player and BCCI member, Ranjit Kalra said, ''The situation we are passing through is a very critical but it shall pass on. We all have to fight collectively.''
''As Indians, we celebrate many festivals with harmony irrespective of religion, caste, colour and creed. Similarly at this moment, we have to stay united to deal the present situation,'' said the sports promoter and added, ''this is the time to show our unity for the country, its people, our families, friends, relatives.''
''Let us maintain social distancing to socialise in future,'' he said and added that presently, alertness and sensibility, can save generations to come.
Mr Kalra also initiated in making people aware about the cause by appealing sports fraternity to share their videos on social media and spread a message of COVID19.
The sportspersons, coaches and sports promoters however, have requested to people to adhere to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's appeal to win over the situation.
Mr Kalra expressed gratitude to the fraternity for their response and cooperation.
The videos are being circulated by people in which, the sports experts are guiding them on how to stay fit and adopt fitness rules by staying indoors.
Chief Coach Basketball (SAI), Aman Sharma said, ''just as a batsman ducks a sharp bouncer and a boxer ducks a powerful punch, it's time to sensibly duck the deadly Corona by simply staying in the cozy serenity of our homes and let it pass by''.
''It is out.. desperately looking for a human body to survive. Don’t offer it yours. Stay Home, Stay Safe, Stay Fit,'' said the coach.
Veteran Cricketer and former Ranji Trophy player, Mithun Manhas said, ''I want to request everyone to stay home because it is the medicine to fight the virus.''
He also appealed to those people having foreign travel history to disclose about it to the concerned state administrations because it will help in saving so many lives.
Indian Wushu Coach Kuldeep Handoo said, ''The deadly virus has shattered the world and the outbreak has taken a gigantic shape with over 47,000 deaths reported worldwide and more than 50 deaths in India so far''.
''The only remedy to overcome this deadly virus is to 'Stay Home, Stay Safe' and Stay Healthy, we shall overcome,'' he said and appealed to people to follow the advisories of the government and it is social responsibility of every citizen of the country to aware masses about the remedial measures of this deadly virus.
''Doctors, Nurses, Police and many other agencies are risking their lives for us, we need to salute their dedication and sacrifices for our safety,'' he said.
''Being a sports person, we have firm faith to perform record breaking performances in many events and this is possible only if the advisories are followed sincerely,'' he said.
''With our indoor activities, we can keep ourselves fit,'' he said.
Former International Fencing player and International referee, Rashid Ahmed Choudhary feels that maintaining social distancing and staying home will help in breaking the chain.
''Besides having all kudos for our frontline machinery fighting against this deadly virus, we should come forward for the help of the needy as well, especially the poor and labourer class, who are unable to earn their daily wages, by giving them food, ration, fruits and medicines any they require,'' he said.
''Being a part of sports fraternity, I appeal people to follow fitness mantras by regularly exercising and a planned diet chart,'' he said.
Arun Malhotra, Former Indian Footballer, said, ''the Covid-19 outbreak has brought the world to a standstill forcing people to stay at homes''.
''As we all know that major tournaments have been postponed and now in such a situation, sportsperson should play important role. We can make three weeks indoor fitness training schedule to keep ourselves fit and also aware masses to work on Cardio, Conditioning or Core training,'' he said.
He also appeal people to stay home and isolate and keep themselves involved in playing fun games, reading books or watching movies.
''I salute to all the warriors who are working tirelessly and may this phase soon get away and peace restores,'' he said.
Physical Education Teacher in the Department of Youth Services and Sports, Mousami Verma said, ''we must sincerely obey the lockdown to control the COVID19 spread. We must stay united in this war.''
''Being a sportsperson I suggest that one should never give up to anything in life. We can fight it with positive attitude,'' she added.
Ashwani Gupta, former First Class cricketer, urged people to keep social distancing and staying at home. He said this is the testing time for every citizen and cooperate with the Government by following the instructions.
Physical Director and Coach Roopali Slathia said, ''first of all we should follow the Government advisories and maintain social distancing''.
Being a sportsperson, she advised that all sportspersons of the country should prove it strongly that they are with the PM’s cause of fight against coronavirus.
''We should stay at home, exercise regularly, drink lot of water, wash hands frequently and donate as much as we can,'' she added.
Judo Coach Ritika Slathia said, ''As a sports person I will encourage people to stay home and utilize their time in different activities.''
She appealed people to practice yoga in routine as it builds up immune system and strengthen not only physically but also mentally and said, ''instead of believing in rumours, believe only on reliable information circulated by the concerned authorities and avoid sharing fake inputs on social media.''
''Channelising energy into positivity than paying attention on rumours will help us in aggressively fighting the pandemic,'' she expressed.

 


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