Shaheen Makhdoom's mega blood donation camp held in Bhatkal

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 15th November 2017, 6:22 AM | Coastal News |

Bhatkal: The Shaheen sports center along with Blood Helpline Karnataka (R) in association with Bhatkal Muslim Youth Federation and Redcross society Mangaluru, held a mega blood donation camp in Fathima Ali hall at Magdoom colony here in the town on 14th November, Tuesday, where youth including total number of 172 people donated the blood.

The inaugural ceremony of the camp began with supplications (Dua) from Maulana Niyamathullah Askeri, Imam and Khateeb of Magdoomiya Jamia Masjid, Bhatkal, following it commenced with the donation of blood from Maulana. Speaking after inaugurating, Maulana said, "Almighty Allah has kept various needs in human body among which blood is a precious need. By donating blood, a number of patients get recovered, as the blood is a basic requirement for being healthy. Sometimes people get stuck in tension in search of blood." He congratulated the organizers and representatives of Shaheen Sports Center for taking up this initiative and asked Almighty Allah to make this camp a grand success.

The camp began from 8 am and lasted until 3 pm in the noon, in which 172 people donated their blood. A team of 13 doctors from Mangaluru under the guidance of Dr. Edward had participated in the camp. On this occasion, the office bearers of Shaheen Sports Center have appealed people in need of blood can contact BMYF president Imtiyaz Udyawar 9620310550, Mubasshir Hallare 9972818849 and Sami Ullah 9986965352.

The concluding session began with the recitation of verses from Holy Quran by Hafiz Muhammad Muzammil Hallare, while center's secretary Mubasshir Hallare delivered the welcome speech. The program was presided over by center's president Muhammad Sadiq Matta, while Imshad Muktesar gave the vote of thanks.

On this occasion, president of Magdoom colony JamatUl Muslimeen Iqbal Sayeedi, general secretary Maulana Shujauddin Nadvi, Muhammad Usman Hallare, Sami Ullah, BMYF president Imtiyaz Udyawar, secretary Abdul Wajid Kola, general secretary of Majlis-e-Islah Wa Tanzeem Mohiddin Altaf Kharuri, Asrar Jamsher, Mukhtar Muktesar, Nisar Khan, Hasan Shabbir, social worker Nazeer Khasimji, Nisar Ruknaddin, Ashraf Sada, Fayyaz Byndoor, Sattar Mangaluru amongst many others were present.

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