New Delhi: Delhi Congress today organised a blood donation camp at Shaheen Bagh in Okhla to help meet the growing demand for platelet in the wake of spurt in dengue cases in the national capital.
The blood donation camp was organised by former Congress MLA Asif Mohamma Khan and local councillor Shoeb Danish. DPCC president Ajay Maken visited the camp.
The Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee (DPCC) had initiated dengue awareness and prevention campaigns last week as part of its social responsibility. Accordingly, fogging drives were carried out in all 14 districts of Delhi, Mr Maken said.
Accusing the AAP Government in Delhi and BJP-ruled civic bodies of “inaction” resulting in spread of dengue, Mr Maken said that both failed to take timely steps.
“There were no beds in hospitals to treat dengue patients, and now, there is severe shortage of blood,” the Congress leader claimed.
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