Both kidney damage from fever, everything was sold at home and farm; Read the pain of an innocent 12-year-old boy. Both kidney damage from fever, everything was sold at home and farm; Read the pain of an innocent 12-year-old boy

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A 12-year-old son fights to save his father’s life in Kaushambi. 2 years ago my father had typhoid. Due to incorrect treatment, both kidneys were damaged. All the family property was sold for the kidney treatment, but it was in vain. Now the kid has only one need, my dad should get my kidney… just a kidney transplant.

Sachin’s entire family lives inside this shop. The house was sold for his father’s treatment.

After this condition of the father, the responsibility of two sisters, mother and father fell on the shoulders of the innocent Sachin. Innocent MP CM Keshav Prasad also came to Maurya’s court over his father’s treatment. Although the Deputy CM has spoken to the DM and asked to help the family. But, until now, no one asked the family for help. For about a year and a half, the family sold everything and received treatment. But now they have nothing left.

Now read the boy’s painful story…

“The father was admitted to a private hospital for treatment”
Innocent Sachin said, “My father used to cook food in a hotel. Mother used to take care of farm work. We had 2 houses in the village. There were also 16 mangoes in an orchard. Father had typhoid at the time of Corona 2 years ago.We admitted him to a private hospital in the city for treatment.There father was treated for 15 days but his condition worsened.

Pakodas and samosas are fried in the shop.  Few people come because of the village shop.

Pakodas and samosas are fried in the shop. Few people come because of the village shop.

“During the treatment, it was found that both of the father’s kidneys are bad.”
Sachin further said, “We took dad to another hospital. There, on investigation, it was revealed that both of dad’s kidneys were damaged. We were shocked to hear this. At first, he didn’t understand anything. Later, a relative told about Apollo Hospital in Delhi.We reached there with mom and dad.Both sisters were sent to elder sister’s house.There we got dad’s treatment for 3 months.

First he sold a house in the village for father’s treatment
Sachin said, “Then we returned home. The treatment there was very expensive. Again and again they called us to show us the hospital. For father’s treatment, first a house in the village was sold for 1 lakh. Then he sold the agricultural land for 8 lakhs. But father was not benefiting much from the treatment. Doctor told us that it will take some time, continue the treatment.

Sachin also has two sisters.  He is also worried about his future.

Sachin also has two sisters. He is also worried about his future.

We didn’t have money for dad’s dialysis.
He said, “We were running out of money. Then we sold our 16 mangoes worth 32,000 to get dad’s medicine. Dad had to undergo dialysis. He needed money for that. He borrowed 80 thousand rupees to the relatives. But even after that, father’s condition did not improve. Now we only had one house left. After a few days, he was also sold for treatment.

In the treatment of my sisters and I lost my studies
She said, “My two sisters and I were in school. We all had lost our studies too. There was nothing to eat in the house. After that, I took a 5×5 feet shop in the village of rent for Rs 600. Outside the shop I set up small samosas and pakodas and tea stalls.We have 5 people living in the same shop.

I don’t see dad dying, that’s why I’m asking for help
Sachin further said, “I earn Rs 200 a day. That’s how the expenses go. There is no ration in the house. I eat a little more than I do in the course of the day. Sometimes you have to sleep on your stomach with hungry. I’m taking my father to the district hospital by bike to get medicine. I don’t want to see my father die, that’s why I’m asking for help.”

Sachin takes his father to the hospital by bicycle.

Sachin takes his father to the hospital by bicycle.

Ram Naresh Kushwaha, sick said, I am worried about 1-1 paise
Ailing father Ram Naresh Kushwaha (40) said, “My children’s future is getting spoiled. I am upset for 1-1 paise. Somehow the son is carrying the whole house. We owe people a lot. Besides, my condition is also very bad. The daughters are also small. There is nothing to eat at home. Everyone lives by eating little by little. If the government helps me, I can again take care of my family.

There is a shed outside the shop.  Sometimes Sachin falls asleep under the straw.

There is a shed outside the shop. Sometimes Sachin falls asleep under the straw.

Pradhan said, we helped a lot, a lot of money would have been spent on treatment
Pradhan Chhote Lal Pal said, “The people of the village have helped Ram Naresh’s family a lot. People are still helping. A lot of money should be spent on Ram Naresh’s illness. We don’t have that much money. If the government help ram naresh may be ok.

Sachin says that the Deputy CM had called the DM.  Now see what helps us.

Sachin says that the Deputy CM had called the DM. Now see what helps us.

CMO said: We did not receive instructions from the government
Dr. Suspendra Singh, CMO said, “There is a system to conduct dialysis at the Joint District Hospital for the treatment of kidney related diseases in the district. So far no instructions have been received from the government regarding the patient Ram Naresh If any information is available it will help.

The administrative staff reached Sachin’s house

The hard work of 12-year-old Sachin, who is fighting to save his father’s life, has paid off. On Thursday, DM Sujit Kumar entrusted the treatment of patient Ram Naresh to Dr. Deepak Seth, CMS, Joint District Hospital.

Apart from this, instructions have been given to the social welfare officer to get admission to Sachin and his elder and younger sister for free education in the ashram system school. DM Sujit Kumar has said that after determining the other requirement, it should also be provided.

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