Oct 5, 2012
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Glimpses of the 8th 'Parmarthi Shivir' on 5th Oct 2012

On the occasion of eighth Parmarthi Diwas, in the holy remembrance of most respected Bapu Nambardar Magghar Singh Ji (Adorable father of Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram rahim Singh Ji Insan), a mega blood donation camp and 61st Jan Kalyan Parmarthi Camp (general medical camp) was conducted successfully. At inauguration ceremony of the camp, His Holiness Guruji asked the well beings of the blood donors and the doctors reached there for rendering their services in the camp and gave them the bountiful of blessings. In the very starting of the camp, Jasmeet Singh Ji Insan (Respected son of His Holiness Guruji) and other royal family members donated the blood. 

Indian Armed Transfusion Center Delhi collected 513 units of blood under the leadership of Colonel Deep Kumar Raman, Ayush Blood Bank Nagpur collected 300 units under the leadership of Kiran Jhagde, MMG Hospital Ghaziabad collected 300 units under the leadership of Dr. A.K. Dua, Gupta Blood Bank Bathinda collected 100 units under the leadership of Ajit Singh, Sri Krishna Hospital Society Ludhiana collected 200 units under the leadership of Dr. Reena, Rotary Noida Blood Bank Noida collected 507 units under the leadership of Tehseen Imam, Sanjivani Blood Bank Bikaner collected 325 units under the leadership of Dr. Kartar, Deep Hospital Ludhiana collected 263 units under the leadership of Dr. Sunil Sharma, and Malkhan Singh Blood Bank Aligarh collected 221 units under the leadership of Dr. Tejender Singh. Total 3080 units of blood had been collected and the donors were still waiting for their turn by standing in the long queues. But the teams reached there were not targeted to get more blood. On the same day, in 61st medical camp, Specialists and super specialists rendered their services  free of cost for heart, cancer, and diabetic patients.  Besides, ENT specialists, gynecologists, dermatologists, and nephrologists extended helping hand for the needy patients.  Also, the patients were provided with free medicines.   In this camp, cancer specialist Dr Lavnish, Dr. Pardeep Sharma, Dr. Arun Aggarwal, Dr. C.M. Khanna, New Delhi, Dr. Prabha Khanna, Dr. Shweta Chandigarh, Dr. Gaurav New Delhi, Dr. Sanjay Chopra Sarhand, Dr. Sonia Chopra, Dr. Maninder Verma, Dr. Iqbal, Dr. Vikram, Dr. M.P. Singh C.M.O. of Shah Satnam Ji Hospital, Dr. Ashok Insan, Dr. Punit Insan, Dr. Vedika Insan and other paramedical staff rendered their services. This is Against Our Culture to Send the Elderly in Old Age Homes- Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan While talking to the media persons on the inauguration ceremony of camps, His Holiness Guruji told, "To commemorate our most respected father (Bapu Nambardar Magghar Singh Ji) Sadh Sangat conducts a blood donation and a general medical camp. Planting saplings on the birth and death anniversaries gives much more happiness." "Ten teams have been participating in this blood camp, and till now 2,66,633 units of blood have been donated by Dera Sacha Sauda", HE further added. A few further holy sermons are as follows:-While saying old age homes as dangerous to the country, HE says, these are against our culture and none of the elderly persons ever wants to stay there. They remain happy with their grand children; sending them to the old age homes is similar to let them go out of the home. A man forgets that while in childhood his parents helped him in every step, so he must not feel shy if he has to help them out during their old age.Dera Sacha Sauda has been conducting 72 humanitarian activities. Soon, the cleaning of rives like Ganga, Yamuna, Narmada etc will be added to the campaign, conducted by the Ashram namely, 'Ho Prithvi Saaf, Mite Rog Abhishap' (Cleanse the planet earth, to remove disease and curse) and two or three cleanliness campaigns in a month will be held regularly. The campaign started by Dera Sacha Sada against the drugs has been getting success now. Gutka has been banned in 11 states, that is worth appreciating. Similarly, other drugs must also be banned.