Jammu Tawi, December 5
On the eve of the Armed Forces Flag Day, the Team Jammu organised a blood donation camp at Military Hospital Satwari, Jammu Cantt as mark of respect to the soldiers who have attained martyrdoms while fighting with Pakistan sponsored proxy war in the country in general and Jammu and Kashmir in particular. Number of volunteers of Team Jammu, including females, College and University Students and educated unemployed youth in collaboration with Rajya Sainik Welfare Board donated blood during the camp under the leadership of Zorawar Singh Jamwal, chairman of the Team Jammu. The blood donated by the volunteers of Team Jammu is for the soldiers who have been fighting proxy war. Speaking on the occasion, chairman of the Team Jammu, Zorawar Singh Jamwal said that aim of organising today’s blood donation camp is to pay tributes to the soldiers who have attained martyrdoms at Pathankot, Uri and recent terror attack at Army Camp, Nagrota. Zorawar Singh Jamwal said that our brave soldiers are sacrificing their lives for the future of our generation and it is duty of every citizen to give respect and honour to the soldiers. “Our soldiers are giving their blood while fighting with terrorists and we have organised a blood donation camp as mark of respect for the soldiers”, Jamwal said. While lauding the significant role being played by the soldiers of Jammu region in maintaining the unity and integrity of the country, the Team Jammu chairman said, “The Armed Forces Flag Day reminds us of our duty to look after our martyrs, war widows, war disabled and dependents of those who had laid down their lives to safeguard our motherland”.