Congratulating blood donors for their selfless service on World Blood Donor Day, Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the youth to continue taking the lead in creating awareness of the importance of blood donation.
The Prime Minister tweeted: "On World Blood Donor Day I congratulate everyone who keeps donating blood. It is a great service to society."
"Today we reaffirm our pledge to raise greater awareness about the importance of blood donation. My young friends should take a lead in this," he further tweeted. (ANI)
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