Healthy People, Healthy Nation Campaign Concludes

Sat, 11/01/2014 - 21:46 -- kl_editor

State level campaign of the nation-wide ‘Healthy People, Healthy Nation’ campaign organized by Popular Front of India concluded at Vadakara. Karamana Ashraf Moulavi, Kerala State President delivered the keynote address at the concluding session.
Only healthy people would be able to gang up and pull off rights, he stated. Healthy campaign organized by Popular Front of India is one of its many beneficial drives for the people. Healthy people could be engendered through physical exercises and food control only. Main objective of the campaign is to disseminate this message to the people. Kerala being a consumer state, we, Keralites, don’t give due attention to health protection and hygiene. This is the reason for the long queues seen at the hospitals across Kerala.
Popular Front is endeavoring to bring the backward classes, especially the Muslim community to the mainstream of the nation. Popular Front has been able to spread its activities to more than half of the states in the country, despite the smear campaign by rival groups and media, he pointed out.
Gurukkal Madhu Puthuppanam, the master Kalari (a traditional martial art in Kerala) luminary and Gani Ahmed from Nadapuram who scored the highest number of goals in the Subrato Cup Football Tournament were honored at the function. C.K Nanu MLA and Popular Front of India NEC member M. Abudssamad presented mementos to them respectively. “Swastha Jeevitham” (Comfortable Life), the health guide published in connection with the campaign was released by the Municipal Chairperson Ms. P.P. Ranjini by giving the first copy to P.P. Baburaj, Health Inspector.
State Secretary B. Noushad presided over the function. P.P Baburaj conveyed the ‘Health Awareness Message’. NWF State General Secretary Shahida Noushad, SEC member K.S Sirajudeen, SDPI District President C.A Haris and Popular Front District Secretary M.V Rasheed spoke. Demonstration of Yoga, Kalari, Karate and Kungfu were also held.

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