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A massive blood donation camp in Riyadh on the eve of 73rd Republic Day of India

January 22,2022 

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RIYADH:-  A massive blood donation camp in Riyadh on the eve of upcoming 73rd Republic Day of India!

A section of the Indian community, TNTJ (Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamaath) a social organization from India has organized India's 73rd Republic Day by blood donation camp to commemorate the day and express patriotism in a way that could help others and save lives.

The Blood Camping is Organized by the Tamilnadu Thowheed Jamath (TNTJ) jointly with King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) and King Saud Medical City (KSMC) Hospitals in Riyadh to mark the upcoming 73rd Republic Day of India, A more than 120+ people participated and 102 donors are registered and donated their blood.

Most of the expatriates who donated blood largely gathered from South India,Tamil Nadu and many other brothers from various other nations also part of them, it's highlighted the act of fraternity, love and peace by donating their blood to the needs and greater benefit of saving others lives.

Speaking of the event, the executives of King Fahad Medical City (KFMC) and King Saud Medical City (KSMC) said that the Nobel Services done by Tamil Nadu Tawheed Jamaat in this uncommon situation of Corona and in Peak Winter is highly commendable and rewardable.  Despite the hospital's request during the Hajj and Umrah seasons, while in Emergency need for blood, TNTJ immediately set up camp as soon as the request was made. I pray to Allah to shower prosperous growth and enhance the services by those who do such marvelous work.

TNTJ’s Riyadh Regional Blood Coordinator Mr. Sheikh Nawaz, expressed that this Nobel service is not only to remind us but to all donors that 'Islam is for the benefit of others', as mentioned in Quran 5:32 verse “- if anyone saved a life, it would be as if he saved the life of all mankind”.

In addition, Mr.Syed Ibrahim, president of Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamath (TNTJ) Riyadh Region said TNTJ has conducted 119 camps in Riyadh alone so far in the last 16 years, donating thousands of liters of blood each year according to the requirements.

Blood donation remains absolutely vital, as despite travel and venue restrictions people were not prevented from giving blood.

There are no confirmed reports of coronavirus being transmitted by blood transfusion anywhere in the world and also strict additional safety measures were installed at the blood collection sites for donors and staff, A batch system for donors was introduced in order to maintain social distancing.

Temperature screening at the blood bank increased space between chairs, additional cleaning of surfaces, staff washing their hands more often and using alcohol-based hand disinfection and wearing masks were the protocols set.

He also said that acknowledging the social and humanitarian services done by TNTJ, they have received awards and certificates from the Saudi government's department of health and hospitals.

Despite the hitting cold weather, the enthusiastic contribution of blood by donors encouraged the sense of community service and warmed the mind as well and we thanked all the volunteers and executives of Tamil Nadu Tawheed Jamaat, who made the arrangements well. 'JAZAKALLAH KHAIR'

- RIYADH - TNTJ



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