Yogi responds to fundraiser for researcher affected by most cancers, offers Rs 10 lakh

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath reached out to assist a analysis scholar being handled for blood most cancers after he got here throughout a fund-raising web page run by the scholar’s father.

Adityanath appeared past procedural boundaries and gave Rs 10 lakh for the therapy. He additionally assured the household of each potential assist for therapy at Lucknow’s Sanjay Gandhi Post Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS).

Ashish Kumar Dixit (27) has been admitted to SGPGIMS Lucknow since June 30. His father Ashok had arrange a fund-raising web page on September 8. It reads, “The doctor has advised INTENSIVE CHEMOTHERAPY followed by Bone Marrow Transplantation. He is facing blood cancer meanwhile a new challenge has come that is Blood Clotting in Brain, and multiple times severe fungal infection obstructs treatment process and also increases the cost of treatment. Initially, cost of treatment was estimated Rs.1000000/-(Rs. 10 Lakh). Somehow, I managed that amount, which has been spent. But due to blood clotting in Brain and multiple times fungal infection treatment cost is increasing day by day. Now new estimate is about Rs.1200000/-(Rs 12 Lakh). And this cost may increase up to 50 Lakh for bone marrow transplant. Now I am unable to manage another 12 Lakh. While I am trying my best to cope up with the situation, but I would not be able to fund the entire treatment by myself”. (sic.) 

The fund-raising web page, which remains to be alive has raised Rs 2.87 lakh until date.

Ashish is a analysis scholar of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence on the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee. He has a submit graduate diploma in Mathematics and Scientific Computing from Motilal Nehru National Institute of Technology, Prayagraj.

The find-raising web page for him had acquired shout-outs from his friends, one among whom had additionally tagged actor Sonu Sood who has earned a reputation for his philanthropic attain because the begin of the lockdown.

“The CM reached out on his own to help Ashish,” a launch issued by his workplace said.

The younger man’s father Ashok, a authorities worker, stated that he was “overwhelmed”.

“I had never imagined that something like this would have been possible,” he stated.

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