First Time Aadhar Card Made In Hospital To Save 2.5 YO Blood Cancer Patient’s Life

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We have heard many cases where hospital refused treatment because of non-availability of Aadhar Card. But for the very first time, the Aadhaar card of the 2 and half-year-old blood cancer patient is being made in the ICU Ward.

Recently, on the first page of the Raipur edition of Dainik Bhaskar, a picture of Ramakrishna Hospital has been published that is nothing less than a miracle for the family and hope for the nation.

Himanshu, a two-and-half year boy from Kobi village of Korba needed 2-3 lakh rupees for his treatment of blood cancer.

Meanwhile, it has been reported that Himanshu’s father Narayan Prasad is a farmer and he pleaded to hospital management to save his son’s life. But the child’s Aadhar card was not created till now and hospital management refused to withdraw money from Sanjeevini Kosh as it is mandatory to have an Aadhar.

Narayan, after searching all the possible way to make his child’s Aadhar finally got Ashish Pandey as a life saver. At a Choice Center at Kachhari Chowk, Narayan met Ashish who created the entire setup in the ICU Ward to generate the Aadhar.

Published by Kajal Thakur on 16 Apr 2018

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