Nalgonda District Collector, SP urge people to donate blood
District Collector Gaurav Uppal said that the availability of blood was inadequate when compared to the required while hospitals and blood banks were facing severe scarcity of blood.
Nalgonda: District Collector Gaurav Uppal said that the availability of blood was inadequate when compared to the required while hospitals and blood banks were facing severe scarcity of blood.
Expressing his concern over the non-availability of blood, he said that the quantity of blood was inadequate in hospitals, especially during the critical times, when major surgeries have to be performed.
The Collector launched a blood donation camp organised jointly by The Hans India, HMTV and Kapil group in association with Red Cross society held at Red Cross Bhavan in Nalgonda town on Tuesday along with district Superintendent of Police AVRanganath.
Speaking on theoccasion ,he said now-a-days, the road accidents have become quite common. People were sustaining criticalinjuries in road accidents and they need immediate blood supply because of excessive bleeding.
The crisis often can not be managed right away because of scarcity of blood, he lamented. He said that there was a need to organise blood donation camps regularly. He lauded the efforts of the Kapil group, The Hans India and HMTV for organising blood donation camp on the occasion of May day.
District Superintendent of Police AV Ranganathan advised the youth to donate the blood at least twice in a year to save the lives of others. As many as fifty enthusiastic students,youth and employees of Kapil group donated the blood.
District Red Cross Society chairman GoliAmarenderReddy explained the various activities being carried out by Redd Cross.
In this programTRS state Secretary ChadaKishan Reddy, Kapil Chits RM Yadagiri, Kapil health club In charge Ravinder Reddy ,The Hans India staff reporter Deekonda Ravi Shankar, HMTV staff reporter Babburi Ashok Goud, Hans and HMTV district Advertisement manager KodatiSrinivas and others were present.