Hyderabad: As part of Milad-un-Nabi celebrations organisations will begin holding Blood donation camps across the City from today onwards.
As part of this, a Multi Faith Blood Donation Camp is being organised, as part of Joint Celebration of Festivals on the occasion of Milad Un Nabi at Dargah Hazrat Peer Abdullah near Charminar on Sunday.
Mazher Hussain, Executive Director COVA Peace Network informed that volunteers from Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Parsi, Jain and Buddhist faiths will be donating blood on the day.
“This will be as part of service to humanity and to promote Interfaith harmony,” he said.
While the 14th annual Milad Blood Donation camp is being organised at two locations in Nampally and Secunderabad on Sunday. This is being jointly organised this time by FOCUSS and Irshadul Muslimeen.
Guv to inaugurate the camp at MJ College
The Sultan-ul-Uloom Education Society is also organising a mega ‘Blood Donation Camp’ on Monday at its campus in Banjara Hills.
The day also marks ‘World Pharmacist Day’ and the camp will be in collaboration with the Telangana Red Cross Society.
Governor Dr Tamilisai Sounderarajan will be inaugurating the camp and Ajay Mishra former Additional Chief Secretary will be attending as guest of honour.
Meanwhile the All India Bazm-e-Rahmath-e-Alam informed that on the eve of Milad-un-Nabi, the organisation has decided to award the ‘peace award’ for the year 2023 to Pandit Sagar Tripathi (Mumbai).
Each year, the organisation is awarding the noted personalities who have contributed for the communal harmony and social service. The award will be presented to him on September 28.