Kapilvastu, Nepal: Kapilvastu Armed Police Force Nepal No. 5 Bindhyawasini Bahini Headquarters has completed a blood donation program. With the original slogan that there is no shortage of blood in Butwal, Nepal Volunteer Blood Donor Society Rotary Rotaract and No. 5.
The blood donation program has been organized by Vindhyawasini Bahini.
Addressing the blood donation program, Armed Police Force Nepal No. 5 Chief of the Bindhyawasini Bahini Headquarters, Deputy Inspector General of the Armed Police Force, Kishor Pradhan, said that the Armed Police Force has been working for the peace and security of the people of the country by working together in various calamities.
He said that the Armed Police Force (APF) has been working to control the epidemic at all major border checkpoints in the state. According to DIG Pradhan, the Armed Police Force (APF) has been trained to provide safe health care to the Nepali brothers entering from Sunauli, Krishnanagar, and Jamuna.
He informed that the Armed Police had donated blood saying that no one should have to lose their lives in this corona epidemic due to lack of blood.
Speaking on the occasion, Krishna Chauhan, president of Nepal Volunteer Blood Donor Society, Rupendehi, said that the blood donation program was being held in Butwal with the aim of providing blood to Butwal 24/7 hours a day even if no blood was found elsewhere.
Suraj Kharel, the coordinator of the Rotary Rotaract Covid-19 Facilitation, said that the blood donation program was organized to provide blood to other types of patients along with Covid-19 to prevent blood shortage.
Chairman of Nepal Volunteer Blood Donor Society Rupendehi Krishna Chauhan said that 51 Armed Policemen donated blood in the program.
Stating that 51 units of blood were collected in the corps, Chauhan and Kharel also gave a token of love to the Armed Police Force.