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Couple in Uttar Pradesh Donates Blood on Their Wedding Day to Save Life, Wins Hearts Online

Newly-wed couple donates blood on their wedding day.
(Credit: Twitter)

Newly-wed couple donates blood on their wedding day. (Credit: Twitter)

The man is seen donating blood while his wife is standing next to him.

In an incident that will not only bring a smile to your face but will also make you hopeful in these trying times, a newly married couple in Uttar Pradesh donated blood on their big day to save a girl's life.

In the picture shared by a police personnel named Ashish Mishra, one can see the couple in their wedding outfits. The photo that has been winning hearts on social media shows the couple in a blood donation room. The man is seen donating blood while his wife is standing next to him. Describing the entire event, the policeman informed that the newlyweds decided to take the step, as no one came forward to donate blood for a girl they did not know.

Netizens, as expected, were all praises for the couple. Many people extended their good wishes on their marriage and blessed them for their gesture. Some users called their noble deed a service to humanity.

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Take a look at some of the comments in which netizens have lauded the unnamed couple’s noble gesture:

Meanwhile, it is worth mentioning that Ashish Mishra, is the founder of an initiative called the ‘Police Mitra’. The initiative which was started in 2017 aims to connect people in need of blood with those who are willing to donate.

A couple of months ago it was reported that a bride in West Bengal had organised a blood donation camp before her wedding. Noorjahan Khatun had taken this step in September last year in order to help the medical community. This was done by the 28 years old bride at a time when reports of blood banks drying had surfaced on the internet. She had informed the media that around 32 people donated blood in the camp that she held. Furthermore, she also helped children with their education by providing them books during the coronavirus crisis.

Speaking to news agency PTI, Noorjahan revealed that she had come to know about the condition of blood banks that was caused due to the COVID-19 pandemic. So, in order to help people in the time of crisis she chose to take this step which according to her is a ‘small effort’ in a time of such crisis. The inspiring woman also said that the book distribution was her way of appreciating the efforts of those children who had performed well in the board examinations.

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