132 donate blood at Sant Nirankari Mandal camp

Port Blair
23 Sep 2018

Sant Nirankari Mandal branch Junglighat, Port Blair under the banner of Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation organised its 19th Blood Donation Camp held at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Junglighat in association with A&N Aids Control Society on 23rd September, 2018. as part of the “Manav Ekta Diwas” (Human Unity Day)” in the memory of the supreme sacrifice of Baba Gurbachan Singh Ji and other saints remembered who laid down their lives for the noble cause of Peace, truth, love and unity. The Blood Donation Camp was inaugurated by Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma, president, A&N Territorial Pradesh Congress Committee. In the presence of Rev. Arjan Singh, Zonal in-charge, Sant Nirankari Mandal, Kolkata and  Dr. M. Joy, Project Director, Aids Control Society, G.B. Pant Hospital, A & N Islands was also present.
In the inaugural speech Rev. Arjan Singh, Zonal In-charge, Kolkata said the Nirankari Mission always stand with the people of world at any national or international calamity. Informing to the audience that the source of blood is only human body. Blood does not distinguish on the basis of cast and creed, it suits to every person. He also said that the transfusion of human blood can be injected man to man only. He also highlighted the ideology of the mission that the mission which does not differentiate in color, cast and creed. He also mentioned the color of blood is red; no religion can change its color. Speaking on the camp, Shri Singh highlighted the various humanitarian activities of the Sant Nirankari Mission being undertaken at globally. He further mentioned that when someone is in urgent need of blood, no questions are asked about the religion of the blood donor, then why is it that human beings today are divided over religion? He also highlighted the message of then Satguru Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj that “THE BLOOD SHOULD FLOW IN THE VAIN OF HUMAN BODY NOT IN THE DRAIN”.
Mr Kuldeep Rai Sharma, appreciated the move taken up by the Sant Nirankari Mission time to time towards society like Blood Donation Camps and Cleanliness Drive etc. He finally stated that he feel blessed and getting positive vibration while attending such camp. He also mentioned beside blood donation camp and other social activities the mission should intention to reach the needful women of interior village to this Island to provide gynecology facilities which is highly needed. He assured his full support to conduct such camp whenever needed. Dr. M. Joy, Project Director, Aids Control Society, G.B. Pant Hospital, A & N Islands emphasized the importance of donating blood for the needy people who at times lose their lives due to lack of blood. He said the healthy person can donate their blood once in a four month. In his speech he said a donor saves three lives by donating 350 ml of blood at once. He appreciated the dedication and selflessness service by the volunteers of mission towards serving society. The Mission today is one of the leading voluntary bloods donating organization rather than other civil organization in the territory. He further added that it is always well organised and managed. The Nirankari Blood Donation Camp is a role model donation camp, it shows love, care and zeal in people who come to donate blood.  Altogether 132 volunteers registered their name out of them 80 donated their blood in which 52 male and 28 female and 52 were rejected by medical officials. Mr Satya Narayan, Sanyojak, SNM branch Port Blair, welcomed the gathering. Mr R.S. Yadav, Mukhi, SNM Branch, Chouldari, proposed the vote of thanks.