Posted on Jun 19, 2018

In a recent blood donation camp organized by Gurugram South City Rotary Club in association with Lions Club on the occasion world blood day, a large number of police personnel attended the camp and donated their blood. The blood donation camp held at the community centre of the police line in Gurugram where 169 units of blood were collected.

The chief guest of the function was Sandeep Kirwar and DCP Deepak Ghlawat inaugurated the camp. Besides the police personals, other officials of the police department, ladies and students also donated the blood. President of Gurugram Rotary Blood Bank Pawan Sapra and vice president BD Pahuja were also present. Addressing blood donors BD Pahuja said that he would like to convey his sincere gratitude to all the donors, doctors and well-wishers. Normally a person in the age group of 18-60 can donate blood four times in a year. By blood donation, one person can save life of several people.

Abhay Jain secretary of Gurgaon South City Rotary club said that blood cannot be reproduced artificially. Only a man can save another man by donation of blood. Young man and woman should donate blood every four months. Donation of blood also helps one to avoid disease as it creates new blood cell in the body and keeps one healthy and fit.

Present on the occasion were Vice president of Rotary club South Dinesh Agarwal, treasurer Munish Khullar, Praveen Sharma, Rajabala Sharma, Rita Kumar, Tulsi Das Salwa, Subhash Verma Satish Singla, Vinay Kumar, Jugn Verma and Kamya, Sahil Rana etc.

From doctors side, Sunil Taneja and his team offered their best of cooperation. Under the Rotary Blood Donation initiative Blood, donors can receive donor card, certificate and medal. In case of any blood requirement, they can procure the blood showing the card.