With the blessings of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj, Mohali branch organised 23rd Blood Donation Camp at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhavan, Phase 6 today. In this camp during the Coronavirus pandemic, a total number of 112 Nirankari devotees including 34 ladies donated blood. The Blood Donation Camp was inaugurated by Dr. Rati Ram Sharma Ji, Professor and Head of Department of Transfusion Medicine, P.G.I.M.E.R, Chandigarh. While addressing and motivating the donors on this occasion, Dr. Sharma Ji said that during Covid19 pandemic, there was no shortage of blood in our blood bank due to Nirankari devotees. Under the guidance of Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj, Nirankari devotees are setting an example with their selfless services for others.Blood Donation Camps organised during this time have particularly been a boon for thalassemia, cancer patients and pregnant ladies as well.While welcoming to Dr. Rati Ram Sharma Ji, Sant Nirankari Sewadal Khetri Sanchalak, Chandigarh Khetra, Shri Aatm Prakash Ji said that Nirankari devotees are always eager to work for the welfare of humanity. For them, blood donation is a kind of service too.
Reiterating the teachings of Baba Hardev Singh Ji Maharaj “Human blood should flow in veins, not in drains” Mohali branch Sanyojak, Smt. Dr. J.K Cheema Ji emphasised that this teachings have been an inseparable part of Nirankari devotees’ lives.Nirankari devotees always pledge every moment of their life to the service of others. In the true sense of the word, these human values that make this service possible are an ultimate example of service to humanity. Further, Smt. Dr. J.K Cheema Ji thanked the chief guest, Dr. Rati Ram Sharma Ji, Dr. Suchet Sachdev Ji and Dr. Amrik Singh Cheema Ji. She also thanked Shri Atam Prakash Ji and the 12-members team from P.G.I Chandigarh, under the guidance of Dr. Seerat Ji. Dr. Cheema Ji also expressed her gratefulness to the donors, all members of sewadal, local administration and sought blessings from Satguru Mata Sudiksha Ji Maharaj for everyone’s good health.