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NHPC Organises Voluntary Blood Donation Camp

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GUWAHATI, Sept 23: NHPC, Regional Office Teesta, Teesta-V PS, Teesta-VI HEP and Teesta IV HEP jointly organised a voluntary blood donation camp under ‘Raktdaan Amrit Mahotsav’ on Thursday at Project Hospital, Balutar with technical support of Blood Bank, District Hospital, Singtam in collaboration with State Blood Transfusion Council (SBTC), Gangtok.

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On this occasion, Jitendra Kumar, general manager (Elect), Teesta-V PS said that the blood donation camp is being organised with an aim to create awareness on blood donation and its benefits in locality. He congratulated the first time donors and appreciated all the blood donors for coming forward to donate the blood not to just fulfilling the national requirement but is also a great service to society and humanity. He thanked Dr. Satarupa Bhattacharjee, CMO and all doctors and staff of Teesta-V Project Hospital and Dr. Deki Wangmu Phempu, Blood Bank officer along with the staff from district hospital, Singtam and staff of SBTC for organising and providing their support during the camp and making the event a grand success.

Rumi Das, vice president of Teesta Ladies club was also present on the occasion and donated blood for the noble cause. Chandra Prabha of Teesta Ladies Club, Pingal Kispotta, GM (HR), Pravesh Kumar, GDGM (HR), Mihir Misra, DGM (HR) and other senior officers were also present on the occasion. 24 donors have contributed voluntarily for the noble cause. The donated blood will be utilised for patients who will require blood in Singtam Hospital and surrounding areas of Teesta-V Power Station.

 

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