To express gratitude to COVID-19 worriers five police men will run from Tura to Williamnagar

Tura, Sept 30: To celebrate the Gandhi Jayanti, five police men from Garo Hills has decided to run from the office of the Deputy Commissioner West Garo Hills to the office of the Deputy Commissioner East Garo Hills.

This run is dedicated and to express the gratitude to all the Frontline workers the,”COVID-19 Heroes and Warriors” and to create COVID-19 awareness in the area.”

The Runners include, Chimpu M. Sangma,Tura, Steve Rynjah Commandant, 2nd Battalion, Goeragre, Daniel M. Sangma Tura, Silrak W. Sangma Williamnagar and Silnang N. Sangma.

The Runners have decided to make the run more meaningful by dedicating to a cause, running for a cause improves the lives of others. The sense of achievement from finishing the event when running for a cause also gives another level of effort to the challenge.

Running is a great way to get into shape, Running is a part of the everyday life of the Runners, Running can boost one’s immune system, lower the risk of High Blood Pressure or having a stroke and prevents many more diseases and increases the overall level of health.

By setting and achieving goals, one can gain confidence and self esteem and stay much happier. It has the power to relieve stress and eliminate depression.

During these days of the Pandemic, each day is a challenge, and far greater so for all the frontline workers who are working selflessly and tirelessly to make our lives safe.

The Sanitation workers, drivers, Policemen, Health workers and all Government Officers working in different levels and capacities are facing all kinds of challenges each new day.

COVID-19 has changed the way we live and work in many different ways and thanks to our “Frontline Heroes and Warriors” for trying to make it easy for us in all the ways they can”.



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