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Children Approach PM Modi to Save Their Father's Life

Two children from Kanpur have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking help for their father who suffers from asthma, following which the PMO promptly ensured his treatment at the district hospital.

Published: 02nd March 2016 07:04 PM  |   Last Updated: 02nd March 2016 07:04 PM   |  A+A-

By PTI

KANPUR: Two children from Kanpur have written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking help for their father who suffers from asthma, following which the PMO promptly ensured his treatment at the district hospital.

The patient, Saroj Mishra, was admitted to the hospital after the PMO directed the Kanpur DM to ensure his proper medical care. The DM, in turn, instructed the Chief Medical Officer of the city to ensure his proper treatment.

Mishra (50), a resident of Naubasta, is a tailor by profession and has been suffering from asthama for the past two years. He has been facing financial problems after which his children wrote to Modi asking for medical help for their father.

DM Kaushal Raj Sharma said, "We received a letter for the treatment of Saroj Mishra from the PMO after which I directed the Chief Medical Officer of the city to ensure his proper treatment."

"After receiving letter from the District Magistrate, we admitted him to the district hospital. He has been taken care of and is being provided with all the medical facilities," CMO Ramayan Prasad.



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