On the occasion of Shaheed Bhagat Singh ji’s Shaheedi Diwas, I Am Still Human in association with Virgo Laminates and Jammu Kashmir Study Center has organized a blood donation camp for and with Indian Army at India Gate, New Delhi. A Pathology Team of Indian Army was present at the venue in Uniform and taken blood from the donors and the collected blood which will be used by the Indian Armed Forces only.
Besides, there was a Bike Rally of 1000+ bikers moving together in a formation of 2 towards India Gate, New Delhi, from South Extension Part II.
Lt. Gen. Prem Nath Hoon (Retd), PVSM, AVSM, SM – led operation Meghdoot (Siachen) and joined Indian Army in 1947; Lt. Gen. K.J Singh (Retd), PVSM, AVSM** – Ex-GOC-in-Chief Western Army, Ambassador of Shaurya Campaign and currently State Information Commissioner of Haryana; Ms. Dalbir Kaur sister of Late. S.Sarbjit Singh and Mr. Vishal Batra, twin brother of Capt. Vikram Batra, PVC were present during the occasion.
Speaking on the occasion Gen. K.J Singh said, “It is I Am Still Human’s 5th blood donation camp for Indian Army and I have seen people coming forward to stand up with Indian Army with this initiative and it really keeps the morale high of Indian Army and help them with more blood supply at Military Hospitals. Mr. Vivek Mehra – This is way of contributing for the Fauj and I feel it is important to actually do something constructive rather than just sitting back home and talking on the social media. It is high time we as country stands United with our Armed Forces.”
About organisers: I Am Still Human – I Am Still Human is a youth based organization which was founded by Mr. Vivek Mehra, son of retired Fauji only. Aspiring to join the Fauj and not being able to get into it, he started this organization and initiated to work for the welfare of Indian Armed Forces.
Virgo Laminates is Leading manufacturer of Laminates in Asis pacific is coming up with the support to our army and nation. Jammu Kashmir Study Center – An organization that works to aware people about the myths of Jammu and Kashmir.