Blood donation camps organized by Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Youth Congress
JAMMU, Oct 31: On this solemn occasion marking the death anniversary of the iconic former Prime Minister of India, Indira Gandhi, the Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Youth Congress, under the leadership of Aakash Bharat, President of Youth Congress Jammu and Kashmir, came together to pay tribute and contribute to the welfare of the community.
In honor of the indomitable spirit and remarkable achievements of Indira Gandhi, the Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Youth Congress organized a blood donation camp at every district level. This initiative witnessed an overwhelming response from the youth across various districts, who eagerly participated in this noble cause. Today, an impressive total of 185 units of blood was generously donated, emphasizing the commitment of the youth to the welfare of society.
President Aakash Bharat, while addressing the attendees, reflected on the legacy of Smt. Indira Gandhi. He remarked, “Indira Gandhi was the Iron Lady of India, a leader who made significant contributions to the progress and unity of our nation. Her strong leadership and unwavering resolve were instrumental in shaping our country’s history. It was under her resolute decision-making that Pakistan was divided in 1971, bringing an end to an era of hostility. Indira Gandhi’s ideals and policies continue to inspire us, and we are committed to upholding her vision for the well-being of our society.”
The Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Youth Congress, in its dedication to the betterment of the human community, strives to carry forward the principles and values championed by Indira Gandhi. She remains an enduring source of inspiration for the organization, and her legacy lives on through their unwavering commitment to the welfare and progress of the people.
As the blood donation camps concluded successfully today, the Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Youth Congress reaffirmed its pledge to continue working tirelessly for the betterment of society, aligning with the ideals of the late Smt. Indira Gandhi.