Blood donation saves fellow human beings: Karimnagar CP
Every citizen must come forward to donate blood to save patients, suffering with Thalassemia, appealed Commissioner of Police V B Kamalasan Reddy.
Karimnagar: Every citizen must come forward to donate blood to save patients, suffering with Thalassemia, appealed Commissioner of Police V B Kamalasan Reddy.
He inaugurated a blood donation camp, organised on the occasion of Police Martyrs Week celebrations in association with Prathima Medical College, at Late John Wilson Memorial Open Air Theatre here on Friday.
Speaking on the occasion, the top cop said that the patients, who are suffering with Thalassemia disease must get blood transplanted for every 21 days. There is no other treatment for this disease. Every citizen for the sake of mankind must come forward with humanity to donate blood to save the lives of Thalassemia patients, he appealed.
Expressing happiness by seeing the people, who came forward to donate blood on the occasion, the top cop said that the blood collected in this medical camp will fulfil the requirements of several patients for four months.
Commissioner of Police V B Kamalasan Reddy along with Inspectors Mahesh Goud, Shashidar Reddy, Sitha Reddy, Reserve Sub-Inspector of Police Swamy and about 50 police personnel donated the blood to mark the occasion.
Telangana Non Gazetted Officers (TNGOs) district convener Bonku Shankar said that no one could forget the sacrifices of the police personnel.
Marking the Police Martyrs Week, TNGOs organised a mega blood donation camp at a private function hall in Peddapalli on Friday, where more than 100 people donated blood.
Speaking on the occasion, B Shankar said all the police officials, who sacrificed their lives for the sake of society while discharging their duties, will remain forever in the hearts of the people.
Clarifying common doubts about blood donation, he said that the amount of blood that was donated will get generated again in the body.
Moreover, people, who donate blood thrice in a year, will stay fit in condition. TNGOs along with the police personnel will play key role in the development of the district, he said.
Assistant Sub-Inspector of Police Jagadish said that it is a good sign to organise blood donation camp marking Police Martyrs Week celebrations. Blood donation saves the life of a person and brings him back from the claws of death. He commended the TNGO representatives for taking initiation to organise blood donation camp.
TNGOs state secretary Lakshman Rao, state vice-president Rajaiah Goud, united Karimnagar district convener Maram Jagadish, district co-convenor G Rama Krishna, Shankar Yadav, Sandeep Rao, Mahender Reddy and Assistant Civil Supply Officer V Sridhar were present along with others.