Dr Andrabi inaugurates blood donation camp, distributes blankets to poor at Haj House
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SRINAGAR: Chairperson of Jammu & Kashmir Waqf Board & Minister of State, Dr Syed Darakhshan Andrabi on Monday inaugurated the new office of Human Rights Judicial Protection Council at Srinagar. The function was held at Haj House in Srinagar. Shabnum Mehraj represented IHRJPC Kashmir Chapter.
BJP Media Incharge Kashmir Sajid Yousuf Shah was also present on the occasion. The Council aims at providing social justice protection to the deprived sections of the society.
Dr Darakhshan Andrabi inaugurated a blood donation camp also on the occasion. She also distributed blankets among the needy. In her address, Dr Darakhshan said that social service is the basis of public welfare and when the government is doing its best possible for serving people, the contribution of the volunteers also remains very significant. “Social service has always been at the core of my politics and I continuously remain busy in social service initiatives. We all need to develop the interest of your youth in volunteer services at a bigger scale”, said Dr Darakhshan Andrabi. She praised the youth of J&K who are taking part in different public welfare initiatives at individual & collective levels. “Drug addiction among youth is alarming and Waqf Board is planning to establish a Drug De-Addiction Centre for Girls in Srinagar “, said Andrabi. She also felicitated many volunteers on the occasion for their social contribution.