Haryanvis in Australia hold blood donation to mark I-Day’

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In Australia, the Consulate General of India, Raj Kumar  also congratulated the AHA for this noble cause and lauded the efforts of the blood donors by attending the camp in the time of crises.

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SYDNEY: The vibrant Haryanvi community living in Australia celebrated the auspicious occasion of 74th Independence Day by organising blood donation drive.

The Association of Haryanvis In Australia (AHA) in collaboration with Australian RedCross held blood donation drives in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Gold Coast in which members of the community donated blood and plasma for the social cause.

More than 450 members of Haryanvi origin people and members of AHA donated blood in Australian cities.

Vibhor Sharma, a spokesperson of the AHA claimed that the association has been actively working in preserving  the ethnic culture and heritage of the roots by roping in the people of the community.

The blood and plasma donated at this camp organized in the cities of Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Brisbane and Gold Coast will help more than 450 people, a spokesperson said.

In Australia, the Consulate General of India, Raj Kumar  also congratulated the AHA for this noble cause and lauded the efforts of the blood donors by attending the camp in the time of crises.

Ashok Kundu, Joginder Barak and Sangeeta Sharma, key members of the AHA, informed that it is a social organization established by Haryanvi families living in Australia.

They said that they felt the urgent need to do efforts to preserve the Haryanvi culture and promote it in the upcoming generation about the tradition, culture, language, food and social work.

Tanuj and Muskan, who are students from Haryana, said that they were proud to join hands with AHA that is doing a lot of social welfare work and provide the student community a feeling of home away from home.

Manjeet Sahu, national in-charge of the blood donation drive said that all blood donors would be felicitated properly and the tradition of holding blood donation would be continued and it would be held atleast twice in a year.


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  1. Really appreciable initiative, noble cause for the welfare of mankind. Proud of all of you, best wishes and keep it up!

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