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Suryakant Jena

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  • Amrit Pradhan, a 24-year-old youth from Basudev Nagar area in the Berhampur city of Ganjam district is an engineer at an IT company

  • After contracting Covid19 few weeks ago, Amrit now needs an emergency lung transplantation which will cost around Rs 2 crore

Bhubaneswar: Amrit Pradhan, is a name that has been headlining the media all over Odisha in the last few days. But he is not alone in the fight for his survival. Along with his family, friends, relatives, now entire Odisha has slowly started to lend a helping hand to save his life.

Amrit's family has requested people to extend financial assistance to meet his costly life-saving procedure. Amrit's sister, Manisha has sought help from various personalities, organizations with a massive fund-raising campaign through Twitter. Because heneeds an emergency lung transplantation which will cost a whopping Rs 2 crore. While so far, his family has been able to raise 70% of the treatment cost, it is hoped that the arrangement of the rest of the funds will save him from untimely death.

Even now, you can also contribute for this noble initiative through online GooglePay, PhonePe other UPI, and internet banking facilities by visiting the link:- milaap.org/fundraisers/support-amrit-pradhan.

Amrit Pradhan, a 24-year-old youth from Basudev Nagar area in the Berhampur city of Ganjam district is an engineer at an IT company in Bengaluru. His father is a retired bank employee and mother a primary school teacher. In mid-April, his mother contracted Covid-19 and slowly his entire family came under the clutches of the viral infection.

After days of struggling with the virus, almost all his family members recuperated from the disease, however, Amrit's health condition deteriorated.

As his family had to spill lakhs of rupees in the Covid treatment and hospitalization expenses of all, for Amrit, the stretched financial condition was too much for them to bear. Suggestions from some acquaintances to take the help of Milaap website for fundrasing for his treatment has now helped them a lot. Amrit was recently airlifted to Chennai Appollo Hospital from Bhubaneswar for lung transplantation. 

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