To commemorate most respected Bapu Nambardaar Magghar Singh Ji (Honorable father of Revered Saint Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Ji Insan), 5th October was celebrated as Parmarthi Diwas (Benevolence Day). Under this, a mega blood donation camp and free ‘Jan Kalyan Parmarthi Shivir’ (general medical camp for mass welfare) was organized by Shah Satnam Ji Green ‘S’ Welfare Force Wing in the Ashram premises. His Excellency Guru Ji inaugurated both of these camps with HIS pious hands by joining of ribbons.
In blood camp, thousands of Dera followers (who are named as Blood Pump by Guruji) laid wreaths to revered Bapu ji by donating blood. Indian Armed Transfusion Centre, New Delhi, Guru Teg Bahadur Blood Bank Delhi, Civil Hospital Hisar, Deep Nursing Home and Children Hospital Ludhiana, Sri Krishna Blood Bank Ludhiana, Ambika Blood Bank Jodhpur, Aayush Blood Bank and Component Lab Nagpur, Purohit Blood Bank Sri Ganga Nagar, Krishna Rotary Blood Bank Kota, Sanjeevani Jan Sewa Samiti Bikaner, Paras Blood Bank Jodhpur, Mittal Hospital and Research Center Blood Bank Ajmer, Lions Blood Bank Delhi, Rotary Blood Bank Noida, Gupta Blood Bank Bathinda and MSG Hospital Ghaziabad reached there for collecting blood.
All the 16 blood collecting teams collected 7550 units of blood, whereas 2750 patients were screened and provided with medicines in Jan Kalyan Parmarthi Shivir. Heart, cancer, and diabetic patients got benefitted in the camp. Besides, ENT specialists, gynecologists, dermatologists, and nephrologists extended helping hand for the needy patients. Medical attention was also given to other ailments like eye diseases, bone diseases (osteogenesis imperfecta) and many more. Dr. Prabha Khanna, Dr. Gaurav, Dr. C.M.Khanna, Dr. Ravi Bajaj, Dr. Mohaanshish Shahu, Dr. Ajad Singh, Dr. Manish Kumar, Dr. Pankaj Garg, Dr. Swapnil Garg, Dr. Anuradha, Dr. Tanuj Dada, Dr, Reema Dada, Dr. Vishal, Dr. Pradeep Sharma, Dr. Dinesh Talwar, Dr. Sarvjeet Kaur, Dr. Sumit Upadhyay, Dr. Reeta Bedi and other specialist doctors of Shah Satnam Ji Hospitals rendered their selfless services.