Six months old Takshi, received a new lease of life through the health assistance schemes of the state government.

Six months old Takshi, received a new lease of life through the health assistance schemes of the state government.

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Raipur. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel met with  6-month-old girl Takshi, who got a new life from a complex liver transplant surgery at Shri Ramakrishna Care Hospital in Raipur and wished for a healthy and long life for her. The Chief Minister reached the hospital yesterday and met with the family and doctors of this girl. He congratulated the director of the hospital, Dr Sandeep Dave and his team for the success of this complex surgery.

 Dr Dave told the Chief Minister that Takshi Bilari, a 6-month-old daughter of Luv Sinha, a resident of Raipur, was suffering from liver disease. This disease is congenital in children, in which, due to blockage of bile ducts, jaundice progresses, and liver damage starts. Treatment for which requires a liver transplant. Due to the poor financial condition of the family, the family members of the girl were unable to get her treatment but with the help of the Chhattisgarh government's health schemes 'Chief Minister Special Health Assistance Scheme and Dr Khubchand Baghel Health Assistance Scheme', little Takshi got the surgery. The operation was possible. Luv Sinha donated a part of his liver for liver transplant and gave a new life to his daughter.


The Chief Minister, along with Dr Dave, congratulated the entire team for this successful transplant. Luv Sinha thanked the Chief Minister for the health schemes run under his leadership.