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Some people across India who practice yoga wear face masks to protest the bad air

  • Author:sanie
  • Source:medexpro
  • Release on:2018-06-26
Thousands of indians, from the mountains of northern India to the decks of aircraft carriers, have been contracted to perform yoga in public Spaces to celebrate the fourth world yoga day, with prime minister narendra modi joining them. But at the same time, some participants wore masks or even masks to do yoga in protest against air pollution in India.

According to Reuters news agency reported 21, Indian prime minister's head into the practice of yoga, yoga and celebrate world, people in the northern Indian city of table laden with (Dehradun) street as a yoga pose.

In the city of telatton, 50,000 people gathered near the local forest research association to practice yoga with prime minister narendra modi. In Indian Kashmir, siachen glacier area troops soldiers at an altitude of more than 5400 meters to do yoga, and at the same time, the Indian navy soldiers are troops on the deck of the aircraft carrier "villa" opened yoga training.

"From Tokyo to Toronto, from Stockholm to Sao Paulo, yoga has had a positive impact on the lives of millions of people." "In a world where diseases are still rampant and stress is widespread, yoga can play a role in relieving illness and stress and helping improve physical and mental health," modi said at the scene.

However, Reuters reported that many of the participants wearing masks and even masks could be seen taking part in the open-air yoga practice on social networking sites. It has also raised concerns about air quality in India's cities.

In practice, however, the participants wore masks not because of the bad air quality of the day, but to protest. Indian media have reported that the country's air pollution problem is not just a winter problem, but a "year-round" problem. Last week, dust storms hit many parts of India.

The world health organization released a report last month showing that more than seven million people worldwide die each year from a variety of diseases linked to poor air quality. The report also ranked 14 Indian cities as the most polluted. India's capital, new Delhi, ranks sixth among the world's most polluted cities.