300 metro personnel registered for Fanthan: UPMRC is organizing the spirit of sports under the Amrit Mahotsav of independence

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300 metro personnel registered for Fanthan: UPMRC is organizing the spirit of sports under the Amrit Mahotsav of independence
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12:47 AM July 29, 2022
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Under the aegis of the Amrit Mahotsav of Independence, Uttar Pradesh Metro (UPMRC) is organizing the inter -divisional sports competition 'Fanthan' from 29 July to 02 August. On this occasion, 11 games including cricket, badminton, kho-kho, tug of war, blast the balloon, arm wrestling, carrom, musical chair, back race, slow cycling and Treasure Hunt will be organized. UPMRC staff are also excited to commemorate the completion of 75 years and promote sports culture in the metro staff. More than 300 people have given their entries to participate in various sports. Most of the entries have come for cricket, badminton and tug of war. Sports for physical and mental health are necessary, on this occasion, UPMRC Managing Director Sushil Kumar said that sports are very important not only for our physical health, but also for mental health. Under the Amrit Mahotsav of independence, this event has been organized to spread awareness about this role of sports in our physical and mental development. It is expected that more and more workers will adopt the Games in their lives, inspired by this. The Director of Organizations in Kanpur, Lucknow, Agra said that a healthy brain resides in a healthy body itself. 'Fanthan' is also being organized in the offices of Lucknow, Kanpur and Agra projects to give a message to include sports among UPMRC employees. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website Follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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