Lauding extraordinary work of volunteers, Doctors Association Kashmir (DAK) today said that the services rendered by volunteers made all the differences in the lives of trauma patents.
Describing them saviors, President DAK Dr Nisar ul Hassan in a statement said that volunteers saved the lives of wounded and injured patients.
These selfless youth risked their own lives and saved lives of people. These brave hearts rescued the victims and rushed them to hospitals in time which saved their lives. In the hospitals these volunteers donated hundreds of units of blood to give back lives to injured patients. It is the blood which is so essential for survival of trauma patients and volunteers were there for them.
Also, volunteers provided free medicines to wounded including life saving medicines. Thousands of people came along with their loved ones who were hit with bullets and pellets and volunteers catered to their needs. They were provided with food, water, clothing and what not.
These volunteers did the job of hospital staff-nursing and cleaning. These young people are continuing with their noble work and are proving a great help. They have once again risen to the occasion. They proved saviors during 2014 floods too. These volunteers have passion to help people and an intense desire to save people. The volunteerism in Kashmir is in the social fabric and every volunteer is a social institution. Kashmir has the hope of a lifeline.