JKTF commemorates its silver jubilee

Organises blood donation camp

GKNN
Srinagar, Publish Date: Sep 25 2017 12:29AM | Updated Date: Sep 25 2017 12:29AM
JKTF commemorates its silver jubileeGK Photo

The Jammu Kashmir Teachers Forum (JKTF) today organized a blood donation camp at its central Office DIET Bemina to commemorate its silver jubilees.  

More than 625 volunteers donated blood on the occasion. The leadership of JKTF from state, province and district led by president EJAC and Chairman JKTF Abdul. Qayoom. Wani along with hundreds of teachers donated blood. 

The programme was inaugurated by commissioner secretary Education Farooq Ahmad Shah in the presence of director School Education Kashmir G. N. Yatoo, deputy commissioner Srinagar Syed Abid Rashid, director SKIMS A. G. Ahanger and principal Medical Collage Srinagar, deputy director AIDS Control, joint director SIE Mahboob Hussain, CEO Srinagar Farooq Ahmad. 

On the occasion president Private School Association GN War, state leaders of Employees Joint Action Committee; Farooq Ahmad Trali, Fayaz Ahmad Shabnam, Khurshid Ahmad Bhat, Shabir Ahmad Langoo, Malik Farooq, Dr Manzoor Ahmad, Sajad Ahmad Parray, Mir Fayaz ,Latif Ahmad Malik, Muzaffar Ahmad Ganaie, Gulzar Ahmad, president College Teachers Association, Tariq Ashaie, state leader of Chamber of Commerce Farooq Ahmad Dar and others encouraged the volunteers. 

In his inaugural speech commissioner secretary Education declared the event “as one of the highest human services” and applauded the efforts of Qayoom Wani and his team for organizing the blood donation camp. DC Srinagar also hailed the endeavor taken-up by the president EJAC 

The blood donation was kicked off by president EJAC and Chairman JKTF and director SKIMS by donating blood. In his address, Wani thanked all leaders and volunteers of Teacher Forum for making the donation camp successful. “Teachers Forum has not only advocated the cause of teachers only but has always been in the front line whether it was the earthquake in 2005, the devastating floods in 2014 or any cause for the sake of humanity,” Wani added. 

“I laud the role of all the stakeholders who were instrumental in making this blood donation camp a historical success,” he said.  

Meanwhile, senior vice-president EJAC and president Handicrafts Employees Union Fayaz Ahmad Shabnam has expressed his gratitude to the members of JKTF for organising the blood donation camp in the auspicious month of Muharram.