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1:15 am - Monday November 20, 2017

A unique effort for Thalassemia childrens

Staff Reporter, Bhopal

“Raktdhara Thalassemia social welfare society and Sindhu Sena have organised a camp to donate blood for the childens suffering from thalassemia.

In that 54 persons have donated their blood” The secretary of Raktdhara Thalassemia social welfare society has told that today in Dr. Gulani clinic,Bergarh, the camp was organised for blood donation for children suffering from Thelessemia in the memory of Ishwardas Rohani ji.

In that camp the chief guest was the legislator of Huzor Assembly Mr. Rameshwar Sharma and he has told that the blood is the only thing that cannot be produced in factories.

The work done by the institution will definitely benefit the Thalassemia children. The president of the institution Dr. Rakesh gulani has told that blood is not produced in thalassemia childrens from birth and if they need a blood they can immediately take a card from Gulani clinic from which they can get blood immediately.

On the opportunity the President of Shindhu Sena Sant Rakesh Kukreja has told that Shindhu Sena is always doing work for blood donation and because of that today the camp was organised in which many of the people took participation.

On the opportunity including the President of Shindhu Sena Mr. Rakesh kukreja, the President of Institution services Mr. Durgesh keswani, the President of Bhajpa Sant Nagar Mr. Chandu Israni, Mahesh Rupani, Jitu Detani, Deepak Paryani, Bansilal Ahuja, Vikas Wadhwani, Ajay Wadhwani, Naresh Golani, Rakesh Shavani, thousands of people were present.

Posted in: Bhopal

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