Blood dotion is V-Day choice in Aruchal


ITAGAR, Feb 15: As many as 43 young souls, including 11 girls came forward to dote blood at RKM Hospital here on Sunday at the initiative of Aruchal Vivekada Yuva Shakti (AVYS)’s ‘Save Life Mission’.

Initiated by AVYS founder Ramesh Jeke to mark the Valentine’s Day initiative, the camp, a collaboration of Aruchal Pradesh AIDS Control Society (APACS) led by deputy director (blood transmission) Dr bam Budh, RKMH secretary Swami Prathamada, was conducted by RKMH pathologist Dr Passang So, Dr Budh, nurse Rikta Bhattacharjee, para medicos, CDC-Chai-QMS BB, CO’s NE project NE coorditor Shillong-based Anita Pala assisted by 45 young male and female AVYS volunteers.

Swamiji and AVYS adviser Pradeep Kumar supervised to ensure everything was in place while Don Bosco College BA fil year student Ganga Dasi while doting blood said: “I want to save life by doting blood.”

“Blood dotion is an act of expressing our human values to the society. We don’t lose anything by doting blood but give life to someone in need”, said Pala, who arrived here after conducting such camps in Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Manipur, Tripura, Sikkim and galand.

“We realize the importance of voluntary blood dotion after alyzing the statistics of state’s population, number of rising road accidents and other major diseases in which blood is most urgently required,” she said, adding Valentine’s Day is an occasion to show our kindness and love of altruistic act of blood dotion to serve the humanity. I thank the AVYS and RKMH to make us a part of the initiative”, she added.

“Maintain the tempo of ‘Save Life Mission’”, Kumar said lauding the smiling volunteers while recalling this as the 2nd blood dotion camp by AVYS this year and 50 BRO personnel had doted blood on 17.01.16 in the first camp at their Damsite headquarters.

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