595 Blood Units Donated; 1971 Patients examined in the Holy Incarnation Month.
On the auspicious occasion of Incarnation Month of Revered Saint Shah Mastana Ji Maharaj (Founder of Dera Sacha Sauda), 75th Jan Kalyan Parmarthi Shivir (a Humanitarian Public Welfare Camp) and a Blood Donation Camp to assist Indian army were successfully conducted at Shah Satnam Ji Dham, Sirsa on Saturday, 23 November 2013.
Both the camps were inaugurated by Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan by ‘joining the ribbons’, with His pious lotus hands.
Under the supervision of colonel Navdeep Maan, team of Indian Armed Transfusion Center, Delhi reported at the premises of Dera Sacha Sauda to collect the blood. The followers and donors were seen with hearts fully imbibed by high zeal and passion for donating blood.
On the other hand, in the Jan Kalyan Parmarthi Shivir, Specialist doctors from various participated and rendered their selfless services for the welfare of mankind.
From Delhi: Heart Specialist Dr. Rajiv Bajaj, Dr. Gulati, Dr. C.M Khanna, Dr. Pradeep Sharma, Child Specialist Dr. Harsh Gupta, Eye Specialists from AIIMS Dr. V K Dada, Dr. Tanuj Dada, Dr. Rita Bedi, Dr. Sumit, Dr. Avinash;
From Chandigarh: Dr. Pankaj Garg, Cancel Specialists Dr. Lovenish, Dr. Arun Aggarwal;
From Patiala: Psychiatrist Iqbal Singh, Dr. Sanjay Chopra, Dr. Jai Kirtani, Dr. Shweta; and From Shah Satnam Ji Speciality Hospital, Sirsa CMO Dr. M P Singh, Dr. Ashok Insan, Dr. Vedika Insan, Dr. Puneet Insan and others.
In total, 595 units of blood was collected in Blood Donation Camp and 1971 patients (785 males and 1186 females) were examined in the Jan Kalyan Parmarthi Shivir. Free medicines were also provided to the patients in the camp.
Revered Guru Ji blessed the Indian Army team, Specialist and Super-Specialist doctors, Para-Medical Staff who arrived there to participate in both the camps and asked for their well-being.
While applauding the blood donors, Revered Guru Ji uttered that blood donors can give a new life to someone. Body does not become deficient of any element by blood donation, however it recovers the amount of donated blood within a week through normal diet only.
Colonel Navdeep Maan supervising the team of Indian Army Transfusion Center said that they have conducted several such blood camps across India and in metro cities but have never seen such an enthusiasm and devotion in volunteers towards blood donation. This humanitarian spirit in these volunteers is just commendable.
A special separate arrangement was made for males and females to facilitate the respective blood donation.