Blood Donation Camp at Chandigarh

Blood Donation Camp at Chandigarh
207 Nirankari Devotees Donated Blood

With the blessings of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj, Sant Nirankari Mission; the Sant Nirankari Charitable foundation organised a blood donation camp at Sant Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Sector 15-D, Chandigarh on August 2, 2020 amid extreme humidity and COVID-19 pandemic in which 207 Nirankari devotees donated blood.

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The camp was inaugurated by Shri OP Nirankari Ji, Mukhya Sanchalak, Sant Nirankari Sewa Dal. On this occasion, he said that when world is suffering from COVID-19 pandemic, the Nirankari Mission is contributing to welfare of mankind by donating blood. Tree plantation towards done under the drive ‘Plant tree, Save trees’ undertaken by the Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation across country from 4th to 28th July in which trees were planted at various places.

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On this occasion, Shri KK Kashyap Ji, Zonal Incharge Chandigarh zone said that this blood donation camp was organised on the request from PGI Hospital, Chandigarh. Sant Nirankari Mission has organised 11 blood donation camps in Chandigarh zone in which 1085 units have been donated.

On this occasion, Shri Navneet Pathak Ji, Sanyojak along with Shri NK Gupta Ji, Mukhi, Sector-45 area were also present.

Shri SS Banga Ji, Mukhi, Sector 15 area and Shri Pawan Kumar Ji, Mukhi, Sector 40 areas extended thanks to all blood donors and team of Doctors.

The camp was a success with a blessing of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj.

In this camp a team of 20 doctors lead by Dr Rekha Hans, PGI collected blood. Dr Rekha Hans said that devotees of Sant Nirankari Mission obeyed social distancing in a disciplined manner and donated blood with devotion.

Sewadal Sanchalak Shri Rajesh Gaur Ji and Surinder Star Ji with members of Sewadal contributed immensely in this service.

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