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Senior J&K cop lauds CRPF jawans for donating blood to help patients

Senior J&K cop lauds CRPF jawans for donating blood to help patients

(Eds: minor edits in intro , para 2 and 4) Srinagar, Jan 16 (PTI) CRPF personnel have donated more than 1000 pints of blood to patients in Jammu and Kashmir, a senior officer said on Thursday.

"In last 30 months, more than 1000 blood points (pints) have been donated by CRPF jawans to needy patients of J&K. Hats off to ur (your) selfless service for humanity," Senior Superintendent of Police Imtiyaz Hussain said in a tweet. Hussain thanked the jawans for promptly responding to his SOS appeal seeking blood donors to help a patient admitted to the Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences (SKIMS).

"Thank you @CRPFmadadgaar for taking prompt call on my request for SOS from patient admitted in SKIMS & donating 04 blood points (pints)," he said in the tweet. CRPF has launched a 'madadgaar' helpline under its civic action programme under which the force provides assistance to the civilians in distress.

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