32 people donated blood for humanity in honor of Kargil martyrs

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lift up To pay tribute to the martyrs of Kargil, Amar Ujala Foundation organized a blood donation camp in collaboration with Haryana Police at Police Line Hospital on Monday. During this period, 32 people, including policewomen, donated blood for humanity. Apart from police personnel, media personnel also contributed.
Inaugurating the camp, DSP Ashok Kumar said that donating blood is the greatest tribute to the martyrs of Kargil. Police personnel should advance in blood donation. Police spokesperson Vikas Kumar said that we should do human welfare work while paying homage to the martyrs. The team that arrived under the leadership of SMO Dr. Sushil Kumar collected blood from the civil hospital.
Donating blood saves many lives. There can be no greater happiness for us than this. With this thought in mind, I donated blood today. I’ll keep doing it. – Neeraj, Student Government Polytechnic Institute
Today I donated blood for the 6th time. I got the inspiration to donate blood from social workers. My blood will be useful to someone who needs it. Haryana Police Constable Yogesh Kumar
I am very happy that my blood can save someone’s life. If you donate blood, the needy admitted to the hospital will receive blood in time. – Darshana, Head of Police, Mahila Police Station
Little by little people are starting to understand the importance of donating blood. Donating blood improves heart health, keeps weight under control, reduces the risk of diseases such as cancer. – Seema, Chief of Police
I am asking all my young friends to donate as much blood as possible. It is very important to us that our blood saves someone’s life. With this thought, I donated blood for the 6th time. I will also continue donating blood in the future. – Bablu Rajli, blood donor
A real person is one who is willing to help others. By donating blood, I am proud of myself that my blood will save the life of someone in need. Today I donated blood for the first time. – Vishnu Kumar, Superintendent of Police
Donating blood is equal to giving life. Blood donation is considered the greatest donation of mankind. We can save someone’s life by donating blood. I have donated blood for the 12th time. – Phool Singh, Chief of Police
Donating blood can save lives. Real life is one that is lived for the sake of others. Today we donated blood for the first time. My teachers have inspired me to donate blood. – Gautam Kumar, handball player
I got the inspiration to donate blood from my parents. Today I donated blood for the 43rd time. I got sick as a child, then I got a blood transfusion unit. The blood of a stranger saved my life. – Jayakumar, ASI
It has become our tradition to organize blood donation camps and donate blood every year. Donating blood gives me satisfaction. I donate blood every year. All of you donate blood too. Living for others is the hallmark of real life. – Dr. Indu Sharma, Principal, DAV Police Public School
More and more people are donating blood so that people fighting the war between life and death in hospitals can get a new lease of life. With the aim of providing blood, we have formed Haryana Blood Donor Group. Today I donated blood for the 66th time. – Sardanand Rajli, peasant leader

lift up To pay tribute to the martyrs of Kargil, Amar Ujala Foundation organized a blood donation camp in collaboration with Haryana Police at Police Line Hospital on Monday. During this period, 32 people, including policewomen, donated blood for humanity. Apart from police personnel, media personnel also contributed.

Inaugurating the camp, DSP Ashok Kumar said that donating blood is the greatest tribute to the martyrs of Kargil. Police personnel should advance in blood donation. Police spokesperson Vikas Kumar said that we should do human welfare work while paying homage to the martyrs. The team that arrived under the leadership of SMO Dr. Sushil Kumar collected blood from the civil hospital.

Donating blood saves many lives. There can be no greater happiness for us than this. With this thought in mind, I donated blood today. I’ll keep doing it. – Neeraj, Student Government Polytechnic Institute

Today I donated blood for the 6th time. I got the inspiration to donate blood from social workers. My blood will be useful to someone who needs it. Haryana Police Constable Yogesh Kumar

I am very happy that my blood can save someone’s life. If you donate blood, the needy admitted to the hospital will receive blood in time. – Darshana, Head of Police, Mahila Police Station

Little by little people are starting to understand the importance of donating blood. Donating blood improves heart health, keeps weight under control, reduces the risk of diseases such as cancer. – Seema, Chief of Police

I am asking all my young friends to donate as much blood as possible. It is very important to us that our blood saves someone’s life. With this thought, I donated blood for the 6th time. I will also continue donating blood in the future. – Bablu Rajli, blood donor

A real person is one who is willing to help others. By donating blood, I am proud of myself that my blood will save the life of someone in need. Today I donated blood for the first time. – Vishnu Kumar, Superintendent of Police

Donating blood is equal to giving life. Blood donation is considered the greatest donation of mankind. We can save someone’s life by donating blood. I have donated blood for the 12th time. – Phool Singh, Chief of Police

Donating blood can save lives. Real life is one that is lived for the sake of others. Today we donated blood for the first time. My teachers have inspired me to donate blood. – Gautam Kumar, handball player

I got the inspiration to donate blood from my parents. Today I donated blood for the 43rd time. I got sick as a child, then I got a blood transfusion unit. The blood of a stranger saved my life. – Jayakumar, ASI

It has become our tradition to organize blood donation camps and donate blood every year. Donating blood gives me satisfaction. I donate blood every year. All of you donate blood too. Living for others is the hallmark of real life. – Dr. Indu Sharma, Principal, DAV Police Public School

More and more people are donating blood so that people fighting the war between life and death in hospitals can get a new lease of life. With the aim of providing blood, we have formed Haryana Blood Donor Group. Today I donated blood for the 66th time. – Sardanand Rajli, peasant leader

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