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Ludhiana cops keeping themselves fit by cycling, exercises

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Ludhiana cops keeping themselves fit by cycling, exercises

Ludhiana cops keeping themselves fit by cycling, exercises

As police officials are working on frontline to aid country in coronavirus fight, there is an immense need of fitness.

To ensure self-safety and good health, cops are strictly following fitness routine including cycling, exercising.

Speaking on the importance of exercise, Ludhiana DCP headquarters, Akhil Choudhary said, "Physical activity camps are being organised timely to help police run smooth duties amid COVID crisis."

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