Describes blood donation as actual service of humanity
Felicitates volunteers with appreciation letters for taking part within the camp
JALANDHAR: To mark the world blood donor day’s fortnight, Deputy Commissioner Ghanshyam Thori on Tuesday donated blood in a camp organized at Red Cross Society, Jalandhar.
Presiding over the occasion, the DC described the Blood Donation as the actual service of humanity because it might save thousands and thousands of lives. Addressing the donors after inaugurating a Blood Donation Camp to mark World Blood Donor Day in Red Cross Bhawan, Mr. Thori mentioned that Blood donors have been the actual heroes as they play a key position in serving to the individuals in want. He mentioned that an increasing number of individuals, particularly the kids, ought to come ahead to donate blood and change into lively companions on this noble trigger within the prevailing situations of Covid-19 pandemic.
The Deputy Commissioner mentioned that this was the necessity of hour to strengthen the blood banks and make the nation wholesome particularly amid this unprecedented well being disaster arising out of Covid-19 pandemic. He mentioned that blood donation was the largest service that a person might render to the society because it might assist in saving many treasured lives.
The DC mentioned that each youth should understand that each blood donor was a hero and they need to frequently donate blood after each three months to guarantee adequate shares of blood wanted for routine and emergency remedy.
Earlier, the Deputy Commissioner additionally talked with the donors and handed over appreciation certificates to them in the course of the perform. On the event, Secretary Red Cross Society Inderjeet Singh Minhas, and others have been current.