DYFI conducts blood donation camp, 125 persons donate blood
The Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) donated blood in the town on Friday under the banner of ‘Bhagat Singh Blood Donors Club’ to the needy...
Khammam: The Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) donated blood in the town on Friday under the banner of ‘Bhagat Singh Blood Donors Club’ to the needy people by collecting the blood from donors, said District secretary of the DYFI Shaikh Basheeruddin. The blood would be given to the poor and the needy in times of emergency, he added.
Speaking on the occasion, Shaikh Basheeruddin said that since blood cannot be manufactured and can be donated only by human beings, many poor people and patients depend on the regular blood donors who donate blood without taking any remuneration.
He said that after coming to know that Revathi, a resident of Thutikuntla village of Bonakal mandal was suffering due to the deficiency of blood platelets and was in need of blood, the representatives of the DYFI arranged the blood by requesting the blood donor Enturi Ashok who donated blood here on Friday.
Keeping this in view, the DYFI established the Bhagat Singh Blood Donors Club for donating the blood to the poor and the needy. A total of 125 members donated blood date under the banner of Bhagat Singh Blood Donors Club in the district, he informed.
Stressing on the importance of blood donation, the district DYFI secretary said that donation of blood was a noble act and one of best things to do. He said that blood was a very scarce commodity and people could save the lives of their fellow human beings through donations. If anyone wants to donate blood voluntarily, they could contact the DYFI representatives, he added.
Shaik Basheeruddin appreciated Enturi Ashok for coming forward and donating blood on the request of the representatives of DYFI. DYFI leaders Bandaru Ramesh, Naveen Reddy, Sravanth Khanna and K Venkateswharlu and others were present on the occasion.