Gautam Gambhir appeals people to donate blood for Indian Army

I Am Still Human is a social organisation which will be organising a blood donation camp with and for the Indian Army. This program will take place on Sunday, March 24 at the historic India Gate in New Delhi. Cricketer Gautam Gambhir has requested his fans and people of the nation to come forward and donate blood

Gautam Gambhir appeals people to donate blood for Indian Army

When we see or witness attacks like the ones done in Uri and Pulwama in Kashmir, our blood boils when we see terrorist massacre our soldiers. There is an outpouring of grief and posts of gratitude on social media. But now is the time you can prove your love towards the soldiers of the country by doing something to help them in return. Take the initiative and come to donate blood for our armed forces.

I Am Still Human has organised a blood donation camp for this purpose. Cricketer Gautam Gambhir has taken to social media and has asked people to come together to repay the debt which we owe to our soldiers for protecting and keeping us safe.

In an Instagram post, Gautam Gambhir said, “The armed forces are the reason why you and I can breathe in peace. I believe it is high time we do something for them which is beyond words. I Am Still Human is organising a blood donation camp with and for the Indian Army at India Gate on 24th March.”

This is your chance to proudly say ‘Fauj se mera rishta sirf dil ka nahi koon ka bhi hai’ (I don’t just have a relation of love but also a relation of blood with the army.)

The army and jawans have always stepped in to help people in their hour of need. In recent instances, a CRPF jawan helped donate blood to a three day old infant in Sonwar Baug, Kashmir. While prior to that a CRPF jawan in Jharkhand helped save the life of a Naxalite by donating blood to him.

While we always talk about the love and respect we have for our army. This is the time to come forward and prove it, by helping them in the most humane way. By donating blood, this will help save the life of an injured soldier.