ISLAMABAD - To pay homage to the slain prime minister Benazir Bhutto on her first death anniversary Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) has decided to establish a blood donation camp at Liaqat Bagh Rawalpindi. It is expected that a large number of people will gather at the Liaqat Bagh where Benazir Bhutto was assassinated last year. PIMS administration took this decision in a high-level meeting held Friday under the chairmanship of Executive Director Majid Rajput. All heads of the departments including the Assistant, Deputy and Joint EDs attended the meeting. The camp has been named as 'Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Blood Donation Camp' and is being organised in collaboration with the PPP Secretariat. Doctors nurses and paramedical staff will be deputed today (Saturday) at the campsite from 08:00am to 06:00pm. Five beds will be provided for blood donors and 5 ambulances will be present on the spot throughout the day. In the camp free blood screening will also be carried out. Tests of hepatitis, AIDS and malaria will be carried out of the donated blood. The hospital has also made arrangements for volunteers who want to donate their blood in case of any emergency situation. A team of doctors would be ready to give first aid to the patients coming to the camp and also necessary treatment will be given to any person who needs it while visiting the place of Benazir Bhutto's assassination site. The Deputy Executive Director Dr Zulfiqar Gori will supervise the morning shift whereas Assistant Director Dr Waseem Khawaja will manage the evening shift.Highly skilled staff of the PIMS blood bank including the blood bank doctors and technicians will help in collection the donated blood and transporting the blood to PIMS for final screening. Beds, furniture and all the material have been provided by the PIMS administration. Joint Executive Director Dr Altaf Hussain also announced Quran khawani for Benazir Bhutto Shaheed at PIMS mosque followed by the Dua after Assar prayer. On the other hand in order to meet any untoward situation on the first death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto, all major hospitals in twin cities have been put on high alert.