new Delhi: The captain of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli, has said that he is honored to be part of the Fit India Dialogue of Prime Minister Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi). On the first anniversary of the Fit India movement, PM Modi will interact with celebrities across the country through video conferencing, who are sensitizing the countrymen about fitness. During this time, Kohli will also talk to PM Modi.
Kohli said on Twitter, ‘I feel honored to be a part of our honorable Prime Minister’s Fit India Dialogue, where you can see me talking about fitness’.
I am honored to be a part of our Honourable Prime Minister’s Fit India Dialogue where you can watch me talk about fitness and more. See you all! #NewIndiaFitIndia @narendramodi @PMOIndia https://t.co/WsIYFMk8I5
– Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 22, 2020
Apart from Kohli, the dialogue includes model and runner Milind Soman, dietician Rutuja Divekar, Paralympian gold medalist Devendra Jhajharia, a female footballer from Jammu and Kashmir, Afshan Ashiq, who now trains other girls in football. Union Sports Minister Kiran Rijiju will also be involved in this program.
Soman is the winner of the Ironman competition. He said that he wants to share his fitness mantra with the whole country through the Fit India dialog. He said, ‘I have been a proponent of doing simple things and so in the presence of our Prime Minister, I will talk about simple ways to stay healthy and fit at any age’.