Indian Red Cross Society, Punjab State Celebrated Youth Red Cross Day in the Memory of Bhai Ghanaiya Ji
Indian Red Cross Society, Punjab State organized Youth Red Cross Day two-day Celebrations programme at Khalsa College Shri Anandpur Sahib from dated 20-9-2023 to 21-9- 2023. The programme was held in the memory of all-time great humanitarian and benevolent person of the Punjab State,Bhai Ghanaiya Jee. In order to inculcate the spirit of humanitarianism among youth of the state, competitions under 5 categories of poem recitation, first aid, poster making; group song; and, folk song were organized. The students participated to imbibe and depict the selfless doings of Bhai Ghainaiya Jee & Red Cross Society.
The Punjab State Branch of Indian Red Cross Society celebrated Youth Red Cross Day in the sweet memory of Bhai Ghanaiya Ji. Tributes to this great personality were paid by Sh. Suresh Kumar Arora (Retd. IPS) , Chief Information Commissioner of State Information Commission, Punjab. Red Cross Flag Released on the eve of World Red Cross Day on 6th May, 2022. All the Volunteers were given hygiene kits by Punjab State Red Cross.
The Punjab State Branch of Indian Red Cross Society celebrated Youth Red Cross Day in the sweet memory of Bhai Ghanaiya Ji. Tributes to this great personality were paid by Sh. Avinash Rai Khanna ji, National Vice Chairman of IRCS who graced the occasion as Chief Guest and other VIPs.
A documentary on life and teachings of Bhai Ghanaiya Ji was presented. The State secretary informed the audience about the pure spirit and services of Bhai Ghanaiya Ji.
Following this, a first aid demonstration on how to transport the injured after road accident was presented by a team of volunteers.
Sh. C. S. Talwar, IAS (Retd), Secretary, Punjab Red Cross; Ms. Sushma Gupta, Vice President, and Sh. D. R. Sharma, General Secretary, Haryana Red Cross were present on the occasion.
The state branch provided free medicines to Honorary secretary, HWS for distribution among the poor patients of PGI, Chandigarh.
All the participants were given hygiene kits by Punjab Red Cross.