The world’s leading blood donator organization, Akhil Bharatiya Terapanth Yuvak Parishad (ABTYP) with active collaboration of thousands of youths filled with dedication is accumulating the strength of more than 350 branches spread across cities and rural areas of the country in launching the mega campaign named “Mega Blood Donation Drive” (MBDD). It’s a huge step towards creating “History in Blood Donation”. Terapanth Yuvak Parishad South Kolkata has organised 36 camps across the city.
The blood donation camp was inaugurated by: Shri Tulsi Dugar, Chief Trustee Jai Tulsi Foundation and was attended by: Rohit Dugar, President of Terapanth Yuvak Parishad South Kolkata; Kamal Sethia, Kamal Kochar, Shailendra Borar, Pravin Sirohia, Manoj Dugar, Sandeep Sethia, Saurav Shyamsukha 108 sdp donor, Manish Sethia, Manoj Nahata, Narendra Sirohia, Mohit Dugar, Amit Pugalia, Sandeep Manot, Anand Manot, Anand Bardia, Ankit Dugar, Anil Singhi, Bhupendra Dugar, Ajay Kochar and many other eminent personalities.
Terapanth Yuvak Parishad South Kolkata organised the blood donation camp in the places like: CETA, Ezra Street; Arogya Maternity Home, New Alipore; Udayan, New Alipur; Tata Medical Center; Baguiati Sanskritik Seva Sadan; Babosa Bhakt Mandal, Eco Park; Vyom; Terapanth Bhawan, Bhawanipore; BNI Epic at Terapanth Bhawan, Bhawanipore; Neelkanth, Camac Street; Electro Power, Barasat; Balaji Traders, Madhyamgram; East End Gardens, Mayfair Road; Aquaterra, Terapanth Bhawan, Bhawanipore; Sindhi Dispensary, Mirza Ghalib St.; Spring Club; Hygeinic Polymers, Dankuni; Mahavir Seva Sadan; Greenfield City; Dadpur Motors; Balaji Rotomoulders Pvt Ltd, Sidha Weston; ICA EduSkills, Sector 5; Flora Fountain; Flora Fountain; RCTC, Racecourse; ICAI Bhawan, Russel St; PS Group, EM Bypass; Health Point Clinic, Sodepur; Calcutta Chamber of Commerce, Park St.; Rowland Palace, Rowland Road; Victoria Memorial; Beech Tea Estate, Hasimara; Command Hospital, Alipore; Apollo Hospital; Chitaranjan Hospital; Maniktalla Dadabari.
Speaking to the media, Mr. Rohit Dugar, President of Terapanth Yuvak Parishad South Kolkata said, “Many iconic self-motivated blood donation camps are being held being at South Kolkata at places like Victoria memorial, CA Institute Russell Street, RCTC Race Course, Terapanth Bhawan at Paddapukur and many such places. We are immensely grateful to all our Associates, donors and especially South Sabha, Mahila Mandal and TPF South Kolkata for their support. Our aim is not only to collect blood through blood donation but also to build a data-bank on e-blood cells and dedicate it to the country so that in future emergency situations, the blood donors can be reconnected and the blood requirements can be fully met. Blood donation is a donation of life to those in need.”
There is a huge shortage of voluntary blood donation due to the fear of pandemic Covid-19 which has affected the world with its brutal grip for the last few years. It is common to see shortage of blood in blood-banks. There is no alternate to blood. India has a population of over 135 crores with approximately 52 crores of healthy people and eligible blood donors. If they voluntarily donate blood, there will never be a shortage of blood in the country’s blood banks. According to blood donation rules in India, any healthy person between the age of 18 to 65 years can donate blood voluntarily every three months. The process of new blood formation is continuous in the bone marrow of every human body, i.e., old blood cells make room for new blood after completing their lifespan of approximately 120 days. Approximately 5 to 6 litres of blood is always flowing through the veins in our body.