Help needed: Father’s begging campaign for daughter’s treatment

Amit Pandey, straight. In Madhya Pradesh’s Sidhi district, a girl child suffering from major thalassemia disease is fighting a battle. Tired of pleading for help from the government and the administration for the daughter’s treatment, the helpless father is now forced to beg. The girl child will be treated with the amount received from begging. From June 25, father Pankaj Tiwari will reach Bhopal by traveling on foot from Singrauli district with his 9-year-old daughter and visiting Sidhi and other districts. Aaradhya is his only child.

Born in a normal family on 4 April 2014 in Kamarji village of Sidhi district, Aaradhya is suffering from a serious blood disease called Major Thalassemia since birth. He is given blood transfusions every week to stay alive. Father Pankaj told that Aaradhya has got help from Germany for bone marrow transplant. Christian Medical College Vellore Tamil Nadu has given an estimate of 45 lakhs for the operation. After this you will have to stay there for a few days. Can be called for operation any day, so father is starting a begging campaign to arrange money.

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The father has been running for government help for the last five years for his daughter’s treatment. For this, they have appealed to all the people’s representatives. Have appealed to the Chief Minister several times, but got no help, only assurance. The father told that he is struggling for the treatment of the daughter. He has put everything at stake including his career. The only permanent treatment for this disease is bone marrow transplant. For whose treatment the cost of about 50 to 60 lakhs is estimated.

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