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BJYM organizes blood donation Camp
9/19/2020 11:23:52 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Sept 19: Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) organized a blood donation camp at BJP headquarter, Trikuta Nagar, Jammu.
To commemorate the 70th Birthday (Seva Saptah) of Hon'ble PM Narendra Modi, BJYM J&K under the leadership of it's President Arundev Singh organised a blood donation camp with proper social distancing norms at party headquarters which was inaugurated in presence of Ashok Koul BJP General Secretary (Org.), Former Dy. CM Kavinder Gupta and J&K BJP General Secretary & Former Health Minister Dr. Davinder Manyal. Ashok Koul on the occasion congratulated BJYM J&K for the success of Blood Donation camp and while sharing few incidences of PM Modi's sheer will, discipline and dedication while he was on tour to Jammu as General Secretary (Org.) BJP and urged the youth to follow the footsteps of Hon'ble Prime minister Narendra Modi and contribute towards the nation building in every aspect.
Kavinder Gupta while addressing the gathering praised BJYM J&K for their social works while strictly adhering to the SOPs. He said that PM Narendra Modi is a man of sheer will and has inspired millions around the world. He also said that PM Narendra Modi led BJP government is working round the clock for the overall development of India.
Dr. Manyal on the occasion said that BJP is celebrating Seva Saptah since 2014 to commerate the Birthday week of our Hon'ble Prime minister.
He said that the life of Sh. Narendra Modi revolves around the service of the people of our nation and Seva Septah is a way to incorporate the traits of service in every Karykarta of BJP.
Arundev Singh said that Amidst the surging numbers of COVID-19 positive cases in the state the supply of blood for patients received a jolt and in this consequence BJYM J&K came forward to boost up the supply. BJYM J&K has donated more than 2000 units of blood, distributed lakhs of food packets, dry ration packets, masks and sanitizers since the pandemic has hit J&K.
He further said "The human race reeling under the acute critical period of COVID-19 combined with natural calamities. This situation has created much jolt about our tradition of BJYM of voluntary blood donation. Hence on the occasion of Seva saptah arranged for voluntary blood donation here".
Shrey Sethi, Hari Om Sharma, Akhil Prashar, Abhishek Salathia, Damanjeet Singh, Kapil Singh Chib, Gourav Pargal and other office bearers of BJYM J&K were also present on the occasion.

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