Div Com Jmu visits migrant camp at Jagti
Inaugurates blood donation camp at Akhnoor
JAMMU, JULY 15: Divisional Commissioner Jammu, Sanjeev Verma along with District Commissioner Jammu, Ramesh Kumar today visited migrant camp at Jagti. The duo was flanked by Relief Commissioner M L Raina and Director Health Services Jammu, Dr. Gurjeet Singh.
Verma inspected community hospital here and took stock of the equipment and infrastructure of the hospital. The hospital administration apprised him about the equipment required by them. The Div Com asked the hospital authorities to make the operation theatre operational at the earliest. The hospital team also put forward demands for more sophisticated equipment and professionals.
He also visited residential quarters of the camp and took stock of the ongoing repair works there. He was informed by the concerned authorities that the quarters are being repaired in phased manner under which ceiling leakages and repair of bathroom and kitchens will be done. In the next phase, face lifting of the quarters will be done with special attention to the repair of doors and windows.
Earlier, Verma visited RS Pura and witnessed the construction work of Mini Secretariat. He also visited the proposed site of Seema Bhavan. It is pertinent to mention that Seema Bhavan’s are going to be constructed in five border districts of Jammu that will include Primary Health Centre, schools, community centre etc. He also visited the flood prone areas of Phallain Mandal and urged the locals to start plantations along the river banks.
Meanwhile Verma who is also Chairman Regional Red Cross Society today inaugurated a blood donation camp organized by Sant Nirankari Charitable Foundation (SNCF) in collaboration with Indian Red Society Jammu Region and Blood Transfusion Department GMCH at Sant Nirankari Satsang Bhawan, Akhnoor here today.
About 70 volunteers donated blood on the occasion, an official communiqué said.
Among others, Honorary Secretary, Indian Red Cross Society, Jammu, Dinesh Gupta, Zonal Incharge SNCF Ajit Singh, SDM Akhnoor, doctors and paramedical staff of GMCH besides senior citizens and a large number of volunteers were present on the occasion.
Divisional Commissioner, while speaking on the occasion, lauded the gesture of SNCF and Red Cross Society for organizing regular blood donation camps. He appreciated philanthropic initiatives of the SNCF, saying that the organization is doing yeoman’s service for the mankind by organizing blood donation camps and other social events.
Earlier, Div Com was briefed about the activities and initiatives of the Mission and informed that the main objective of the Mission was to maintain peace, unity and development of the mankind across the globe and numerous initiatives have been undertaken in this direction.
Sanjeev Verma urged SNCF to organize plantation and cleanliness drives in the region to save the environment from pollution. He said that the ongoing season is the best time for plantation of saplings adding that government will provide necessary assistance in this regard.