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Ludhiana DC Pradeep Agrawal donates blood after being informed about shortage of blood in Civil Hospital

Ludhiana, July 4, 2019 (Yes Punjab News)

The deputy commissioner Mr Pradeep Kumar Agrawal on thursday reached the civil hospital and donated the blood after he was informed about the shortage of blood in the blood bank of the hospital.

After donating the blood, Deputy Commissioner exhorted the youths to serve mankind with missionary zeal by donating blood. He said that the youth of the state had always excelled in every field and there was no reason that the youth of the state should lag behind in blood donation, which was a true service of humanity.

He said that youngsters to come forward in large number to donate blood, which was all the more important for creating a healthy blood bank.

The Deputy Commissioner said that every youth must realize that every blood donor was a hero due to which they should such regularly donate blood after every three months.

He also asked them to motivate their peers to become regular voluntary blood donors to ensure sufficient stocks of blood needed for routine and emergency treatment.

Mr Agrawal pointed out that every drop of blood donated by a person could save a life.

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