Press Reporter news service
Dharamsala, July 28
Anchit Awasthi (26), who works as a labourer and is the only real bread earner within the household, is striving to gather Rs 10 lakh to avoid wasting his life. A resident of Tetehal village, close to Palampur, he’s affected by renal failure and requires quick kidney transplant.
Though his father has volunteered to donate one among his kidneys, the PGI, Chandigarh, is just not taking sufferers as a result of Covid-10 pandemic and the household is now pressured to take remedy from Fortis, a personal entity.
Lalit Awasthi, uncle of Anchit, stated earlier, that they had approached the PGI, Chandigarh, because the remedy was low-cost there. Nonetheless, they had been instructed by the hospital authorities that Anchit couldn’t be operated upon for an additional three months as a result of pandemic. “We needed to take Anchit to Fortis, Chandigarh, which demanded Rs eight lakh for kidney transplant. We’ve already spent Rs 1 lakh on checks for matching parameters of the father-son duo for the transplant,” he stated.
Lalit Awasthi stated Anchit labored as a painter and was the only real earner in his household. “Since his household can not afford pricey remedy, we’ve got appealed to residents of adjoining villages to increase assist. We’ve managed to gather some cash to pay preliminary bills of the hospital,” he stated.
Satish Sharma, a social activist from Panchrukhi, has launched a social media marketing campaign to lift funds for the remedy of Anchit.
He stated native BJP MLA Ravi Dhiman had assured to rearrange Rs 2 lakh to Rs three lakh from the CM aid fund for Anchit.