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PM Narendra Modi saves life of 12-year-old girl from Agra

A Twelve-year-old girl from Agra wrote her ‘Mann ki Baat’ to Prime Minister Narendra Modi about her heart ailment and got a positive reply from PM. As a reply to her letter, she was promised free check-ups and treatment at a hospital in Delhi.

It may be mentioned here that the Abdul also knocked doors of an organization asking for help in treatment of his child but the organization just made false promises time and again and it’s been two years now that the organization has not done anything for the ailing girl.

After many failed practices, Taiyaba and her parent had to reach out to the Prime Minister.

Taiyaba, the girl who is fighting for life due to hole in her heart, wrote a letter to the PM saying, she is suffering from the heart disease and her parents do not have enough money for the treatment. She asked in her letter if PM can help her in the treatment.

Taiyaba lives in Mantola area of Agra and is suffering from heart ailment since birth. Taiyaba’s father Abdul Khalid consulted many doctors for the treatment. About two weeks ago, she felt uncomfortable and her parents took her to Dr SK Kalra’s clinic near Meera Hussaini crossing. Dr Kalra advised for operation as soon as possible and also suggested them to write a letter to PM asking for the financial help.

The student of class third, Taiyaba herself wrote the letter to the PM and she received a reply from PM office giving assurance to help for the treatment.

The letter from the PM office assured an immediate checkup at the GB pant Hospital in Delhi.

Working as daily labour at shoe workshop, Taiyaba’s father Abdul Khalid said, "I' am very thankful to the PM and happy that my daughter would be well soon."

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