JK Women always ready for blood donation for Men in uniform :Priya Sethi

JK Women always ready for blood donation  for Men in uniform :Priya Sethi


Jammu 17th Sept:  The contribution of women is everywhere from home to office and from society to politics but today women force of BJP led by former minister & spokesperson BJP Priya Sethi  organised a unique blood donation camp  where women donated blood for the security forces as they protect the people of the country round the clock.

 The camp organised by women and  donors were also women who in large number donated blood for the security people who protects our borders.

The blood donation camp was organised on the eve of Sava Sapth and  under the leadership  of former minister Priya Sethi .

Priya sethi  who herself too donated blood on the occasion said that  when we all sleep but  our security person used to be  awake for us and today  on Modi Jis birtday  is the best day to donate blood to convey message to our security forces that we sisters are all with you and can give our blood for you as Our beloved PM always says Nation first.

She added that a day long blood donation camp was important as usually we used to tie rakhi to security foces but as Modi ji believes in Nation first theory we thought that we should convey our forces that we sisiters from the border state of India are always ready to give blood for you.

Priya said that  keeping in mind the situation at  borders  they stand ready always to donate blood for our forces.

She appreciated  the members and volunteers for donating their blood,Priya  said, “Such activities inculcate the spirit of social activism too among the people. We should always be ready for such occasions.

Gen secy BJP Yudhvir Sethi,Dy Mayor Purnima Sharma,Chairman JMC Baldev Singh Billoria,BJP Mahila Morcha President Rajni Sethi,Corporators JMC Anil  Masoom,Narrotam Sharma,Rekha Mahajan ,Kuldeep Khandari,Shalija Gupta, Veenu Khaana,Anju Dogar,Savita Anand,Rajesh Dogar,Sanchita Dogra,Ramesh Sharma,Geetanjali,Kamla Sharma,Varun Khajuria and others were present.

It was the first ever such event at the border part of India where the ladies organised the programme and ladies donated the blood.

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