290 NIRANKARI DEVOTEES DONATE BLOOD IN HINGANGHAT IN MAHARASHTRA
The Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation organized a blood donation camp in Hinganghat, Maharashtra on Sunday, August 2, 2015. A total of 290 devotees of the Sant Nirankari Mission donated their blood. The blood collecting teams came from Jawaharlal Nehru Institute of Medical Sciences, Sawangi (Meghe) and Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur.
The camp was inaugurated by the local MLA Shri Sameer Bhau Kunnawar while Dr. Ashok Mukhi, President Rotary Club, Professor Kiran Vaidya, President Journalists Association, Shri Ghanshyam Dass, Mukhi Hinganghat, Shri Gulab Rao Dubey, Mukhi Jamni Branch, Shri Balram Mihani, Branch Manager State Bank of India and Shri Avinash Nevnani from Nagpur also joined the ceremony. Shri Sameer Bhau Kunnawar himself donated blood and inspired many others towards this noble cause.
Shri Sameer Bhau Kunnawar said that blood donation is a noble cause because it seeks to save lives of the receiving patients. He appreciated the Mission’s efforts towards Social Welfare along with spiritual awakening. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Balram Mihani also appreciated the spirit of devotion with which the devotees came forward to donate blood. He described it a real service of humanity.
Shri Ghanshyam Dass Ji thanked Chief Guest and other dignitaries as also the donors and Sewadal for making the camp a success.