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‘Ang Daan Karo’ song released to promote organ donation

‘Ang Daan Karo’ song released to promote organ donation
October 01
11:59 2019

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PHAGWARA: In order to promote the organ donation movement, a mellifluous song “Ang daan karo” (Donate organs) was released September 25 in India, the UK, US and Canada among other countries, according to Ashok Mehra, International Coordinator of Punarjot Welfare Society that espouses the cause of organ donation and corneal blindness free world mission.
The song is produced by Anita Sandhu and Lehmber Hussainpuri.

Music director Raju Premi and Mangal Singh composed it under the banner of Nam Records.
It begins with the soulful, haunting and velvety voice of Kanth Kaler, musically inspiring people, “Marke vi jeena tan ang daan karo” (Donate organs if you want to live even after death).
About 15 famous Punjabi singers, including Sardool Sikander, Surinder Shinda, Lehmbar Hussainpuri, Kanth Kaler, Balwinder Safari, Mangi Mahal, Prem Jassi, Balwinder Dhami, Kumar Heera, Harjit Harman, Sardara Gill, Arvinder Singh, Premi Johal, and Amrinder Ravi have sung this song.

The lyrics of the song are written by Binder Navapindia.
A special contribution has been made by Dr. Ramesh (Director, Punarjot Eye Bank, Ludhiana), Ashok Mehra, and Chanchal Bridge to produce this song.
Priya Lakhanpal has also acted in the video.

The song has been shot in different locations in India and abroad.
This song was released in India by Punarjot Eye Bank Society at Dr. Ramesh Super Specialty Eye and Laser Center, Ludhiana.
The release ceremony of the song was attended by Priya Lakhanpal, Lehmbar Husseinpuri, Kanth Kaler, DCP Traffic Sukhpal Singh Brar (Arjun Awardee), Subhash Malik, secretary Punarjot Eye Bank Society, Ashok Mehra (International coordinator), and Manjit Singh Bhatia, who donated his wife’s kidneys and eyes after her death.

At the event, Sukhpal Singh Brar also pledged his organ donation, and promised to assist the Punarjot Eye Bank Society and provide full support to the police during organ /eye donation.
Addressing the media during the event, Dr Ramesh said that 180,000 people in India need kidney transplants but only 6,000 transplants are done.
Around 30,000 people need liver transplants but only 1500 liver transplanted, he said.

The need for heart transplant patients is near about 50,000 but only 50 heart transplants have occurred, he continued.
Therefore, the song has been created so that organ donation message can reach the world far and wide and the cause is catapulted to the centre-stage of the international community, added Dr Ramesh.



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