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Updated on: Monday, January 10, 2022, 09:21 PM IST

Mandsaur: Dr Himanshu bags 11th national honour in Kota

The honour of 'Kota Pride' for continuous service of blood donation was given to Dr Himanshu in the field of blood donation, plasma supply during the Covid period. Local MLA present as a guest.
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Mandsaur (Madhya Pradesh): Dr Himanshu Yajurvedi, who has done excellent work in blood donation for the last 22 years and district hospitalís in-charge manager got 11th National Honour in Kota, Rajasthan recently. National conference and felicitation programme was organised under the aegis of HSF Blood Donation Jeevandan Samiti, Kota. Eighty ìRakt Mitrasî from 23 states of the country attended in the event where in Dr Himanshu represented Madhya Pradesh and received the honour.

The honour of 'Kota Pride' for continuous service of blood donation was given to Dr Himanshu in the field of blood donation, plasma supply during the Covid period. Local MLA present as a guest.

It is noteworthy that Dr Himanshu has donated blood 47 times so far and also provides blood easily to patients all over India through "Blood on Call" organisation on Facebook and WhatsApp.

Earlier, Dr Himanshu has been honoured with two state-level, 10 national and one international award.

Along with this, Dr Himanshu adopted 48 children with Thalassemia disease in Mandsaur district as "Blood Guardian". Blood for them is arranged every 15 days. Blood donation camps are also organised with the help of many organizations to ensure that the supply remains constant.

Published on: Monday, January 10, 2022, 09:21 PM IST
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