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Raipur: The mother gave birth to her lever: Save the life of her son: A successful liver transplant in Chhattisgarh's baby in Delhi with the help of the government

Raipur: The mother gave birth to her lever: Save the life of her son: A successful liver transplant in Chhattisgarh's baby in Delhi with the help of the government

On special initiative of Chief Minister-Labor Minister
Union Health Minister from National Health Fund
14 lakh rupees help
Labor Minister Shri Rajwade will bear the expenditure of Rs 10 lakh after the operation

Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Labor Minister Shri Bhaiyalal Rajwada Special Initiative and Union Minister of Health Shri J.P. With the help of 14 lakh rupees from Nadda, Ashwin, a four-year-old youngest child of a poor working family resident of Village Rampur (Patna) of Korea district, has got a new life.

    This young child's liver transplant was successfully done at the Institute of Liver and Biliary Sciences in New Delhi today. Her mother gave her a liver for transplant to save her liver piece. The parents of the child do their livelihood by doing labor-wages in the village of Mrs. Sunita Sahu and Mr. Rajpal Sahu. Today, they are very pleased to see the star of their eyes healthy. It is noteworthy that the Chief Minister, Mr. J.P. Nadda had written a letter asking for this child's free treatment. The funds of 14 lakh rupees (fourteen lakh rupees) were sanctioned immediately from the National Health Fund for the transplant of the child by the Central Health Ministry on the instructions of Mr. Nadda and this amount was given to the hospital. To save the life of his liver, his mother, Mrs. Sunita Sahu gave her lever, whose doctors successfully transplanted.

The parents of the youngest child - Mrs. Sunita Sahu and Mr. Rajpal Sahu were living in the village in very poor condition. The baby had lever disease from birth. When doctors told him the need for his son's liver transplant, he became very worried about the huge expenditure. After revolving around Delhi and Lucknow, their well-financed capital ended.


    Meanwhile, when Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh was on a migration to Korea District a few months ago, this poor parent met him to save his child's life. The Chief Minister sanctioned one lakh 50 thousand rupees for the initial medical examination of the child from Sanjivani Fund. Dr. Raman Singh, Union Health Minister, Mr. J.P., for the help of transplanting the child. Nadda immediately wrote a letter. At the same time, he gave the responsibility of completing further action for the treatment of the child to the Labor Minister and Mr Bhayyalal Rajwada, MLA of Bakunthpur. While making an active initiative on behalf of Mr. Rajwada, this poor family has been provided the facility of accommodation for treatment in Delhi. Mrs. Sunita and Mr. Rajpal Sahu are residing in the rented house in Basant Kunj, Delhi for approximately two and a half months for the treatment of their child. On successful operation today, Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh and Labor Minister Shri Rajwada expressed happiness and prayed for the healthy and happy life of the child. According to the doctors, after the liver transplantation, the cost of about one million rupees is possible on child's medicines. The Labor Minister, Shri Rajwada has promised to bear this expenditure on his behalf.




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