Anantnag, May 1: A mega Blood Donation camp was organised by Humanity Welfare organisation HELPLine NGO Bijbehara and South Campus University of Kashmir Anantnag in the Library hall of Kashmir university of south Campus Anantnag. It is pertinent to mention that a good number of female donors participated in the event. Two media persons from ETV Bharat and CNI/Precious Kashmir also donated the blood on event.
Talking on the event organiser of the event Javed Ahmad Tak Honorary Chairman Humanity Welfare Organisation HELPLine said that no machine and factory in the universe produce blood, it is the speciality of Humanity body to produce the blood and donate it to save the lives of other co humans. The event has aim to inculcate habit of helping others from the heart and mind, Tak added. He said that the blood will be deposited in blood bank of the District Hospital Anantnag so that patients facing renal failures, Cancer patients and the Women having delivery time will be helped out in hospitals. Humanity welfare organisation HELPLline has been conducting the blood donations from previous so many years while Ramzan is approaching so that the patients in need may not suffer, Tak said.
The Director South Campus University of Kashmir while addressing the gathering said that apart from educational activities south Campus University of Kashmir has been organising somany events for the exposure of the students. and include them in social activities. South campus is dedicated to help out the society and empower the youth.
NSS head also spoke on the occasion and said that volunteers of NSS group South Campus University of Kashmir will always be at forefront to organise events like blood donations so that the humanity and human lives are saved.
Besides the volunteers from Nursing college south campus, NSS volunteers, Childline team and staff of the South Campus University of Kashmir volunteered for the event.
District Hospital Blood Bank staff collected the blood along with Doctor Showkat, chief technologist and team leader savir Ahmad. The team worked hard and all the blood donors safely donated blood.