Panchkula, September 25 – Haryana Governor, Sh Bandaru Dattatreya today visited the residence of martyr Anuj Rajput in Sector-20 here today and paid rich tributes to the departed soul. He also consoled the family members of martyr and assured them all support and cooperation of the State Government.
While describing martyr Major Anuj Rajput as a promising officer, he said that today the whole country is feeling proud of his valour.
Sh Dattatreya expressed his heartfelt condolences to the members of the bereaved family and said the State Government is with them in this hour of need.
The Governor said that Major Anuj Rajput has made a supreme sacrifice for the country. The sacrifice made by martyr Major Anuj would not go in vain as it would also become a source of inspiration for the young generation. He said that the brave soldiers of Haryana have always be in the forefront in sacrificing their lives for the unity and integrity of the country and martyr Major Anuj is also one of them. Major Anuj Rajput was martyred in a helicopter crash in Udhampur district of Jammu and Kashmir on September 21. The Governor also interacted with the children in the family and encouraged them to work hard in their life.
Among those present on this occasion included Sh Kulbansh Singh father of Martyr Major Anuj Rajput, mother Smt. Usha Rani, other family members and relatives, Secretary to Governor Sh Atul Dwivedi, Deputy Commissioner, Sh Vinay Pratap Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police Sh Mohit Handa and other officers of district administration Panchkula.
Panchkula, September 25 – Haryana Additional Chief Secretary, Health Sh. Rajeev Arora inaugurated the Blood Component Separation Unit in the Blood Bank of Civil Hospital , Sector-6 Panchkula.
Sh. Prabhjot Singh, Mission Director, National Health Mission (NHM), Dr. Saket Kumar, Managing Director, Haryana Medical Services Corporation Limited, Dr. Veena Singh, Director General Health Services, Dr. V. K Bansal ,Additional Director General Health Services , Dr. Mukta Kumar Civil Surgeon Panchkula, Dr. Suvir Sexena Prinicipal Medical Officer and other Senior Officers of Health Department of District Panchkula were also present on this occasion.
During his visit to the Civil Hospital, Panchkula, Sh Rajeev Arora also inspected the Sero Surveillance for COVID antibody testing in the Lab. He was informed that 36,500 samples from throhgout the State are being tested here and final analytical reports will be available within a week.
On this occasion, Sh Rajeev Arora also met with the relatives of the COVID Warriors namely Mrs. Kiran Bala ,Asha Worker and Sh. Surinder Pal Helper and expressed his moral support to the families. Besides, he also interacted with the Head of Departments of some specialties and directed them to implement innovations for the betterment of patient care services.
The Additional Chief Secretary distributed Appreciation Certificates to the organizations who arrange regular Blood Donation Camps and also provide donors in any emergency situation. Expressing concern about the waiting time of patients on registration counters, he directed to explore the possibility of online registration.
BLOOD COMPONENT SEPARATION UNIT (BCSU)
Blood Centre, Civil Hospital Sector-6 Panchkula is already providing 24×7 services for Whole Blood, Single Donor Platelets (SDP) and Convalescent Plasma (for COVID positive patients) to the indoor patients and also to the Private Hospitals/Nursing Homes in the region.
Blood Component Separation Unit (BCSU) is another milestone of Blood Centre, Civil Hospital Sector-6 Panchkula. The Blood Components which will be made available in the BCSU include Packed Red Blood Cell (PRBC), Platelet Concentrate (PC), Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) and Cryoprecipitate. These Blood Components are used for the treatment of different types of Anaemia, Neo-Natal Exchange Transfusion, Thallasemia, Haemophilia, Cancer, Thrombocytopenia, Surgeries, Burn Cases, etc. Earlier, the patients of District Panchkula used to go to GMCH-32 Chandigarh or PGIMER, Chandigarh for obtaining these components. These will be available free of cost for patients admitted in Government Hospitals of Haryana.
The charges fixed by State Govt for other patients are as follows:
Sr. No Component Price per Unit
1 Packed Red Blood Cell (PRBC) Rs. 1050/-
2 Platelet Concentrate (PC) Rs. 300/-
3 Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP) Rs. 300/-
4 Cryoprecipitate Rs. 200/-