Sesa Sterlite Organizes Blood Donation Camp at Jharsuguda

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JHARSUGUDA: History is rewritten by the employees of Sesa Sterlite and its partner companies by donating 315 units of blood to Jharsuguda and Burla Blood Banks today. This has surpassed the previous district record of 272 units by the same company last year.

Innaguration of Camp“I am proud of my people that we have once again proved our affinity for the soil where we exist and for its people at large. It was a wonderful feeling to stand up for such a humane cause like donating blood and my team has set a record for the district for this cause.” Said Mr. Abhijit Pati , President and Chief Operating Officer , Sesa Sterlite , Jharsuguda(formerly Vedanta).

The camp was inaugurated by Shri Dilip Deo , Superintendent  of Police , Jharsuguda in presence of Mr. Abhijit Pati , Mr. Prabir Majumdar , COO Power , Sesa Sterlite , Mr. Arabinda Das,GM Sambad , representing Aama Odisha Blood Donation Campaign ,the event partner and senior management of the organization.

On the occasion lead by Mr. Pati who started the campaign as first contributor, employees from the company and its various partner companies took part with all enthusiasm and contributed precious units of blood for people in need of the same. Encouraged by the result and appreciation by the Blood Bank teams for their effort Sesa Sterlite has resolved to take up one more camp in mid next year during the lean season.

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