Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath approved an amount of Rs 9.90 lakh for the heart surgery of a student of Education. Madhulika Mishra, a student, is the daughter of a farmer and has to undergo heart surgery for valve replacement, but her family did not have the money for it. After the matter was brought to light by social media users, the Chief Minister immediately took notice of it.
The student said that a few days ago suddenly there was difficulty in breathing, and then the brother showed up in a private hospital in Gorakhpur. The doctor said after examination that both valves are defective. Bhai somehow took Lucknow PGI and KGMU but was refused to be seen at both places due to Corona. After this, brother went with Medanta. The Hospital had asked to make an arrangement of nine lakh rupees for changing the valve of the student. On 24 August, the date of operation was fixed. The girl’s father is a farmer. Therefore, money was not available. On this, the student wrote to the CM and PM, requesting help.
State Information Director Shishir said that Madhulika Mishra, daughter of Rakesh Chandra Mishra, who resides in the fish village of Campierganj in Gorakhpur, had damaged both valves of the heart and had to undergo an operation, but due to lack of money, it was not possible.
He said that the Chief Minister came to know about this through social media. He wrote a letter to Madhulika’s father and said that Rs 9.90 lakh has been sanctioned from the Chief Minister’s Discretionary Fund for the treatment of his daughter in Medanta and the amount has been sent to Medanta Hospital.
According to Shishir, the Chief Minister said in the letter that it is hoped that with this money, her operation will be done safely and she will be able to continue her studies soon after getting well. The poor are assisted by the Chief Minister’s discretionary fund.