Cyberabad CP Lauds Organ Donation By V Narsi Reddy Kin

Hyderabad, Feb.14 (Maxim News): Cyberabad police commissioner VC Sajjanar today felicitated the family members of V Narsi Reddy who had donated his Kidneys, liver, heart and lungs, and corneas. He along with Cyberabad and Rachakonda police officials visited the family of the organ donor at Mothkur town of Yadadri-Bhuvanagiri district.

The organ donor V. Narsi Reddy was declared brain dead at a hospital in the city and on February 1st of this month. His family members came forward and donated his organs like Kidneys, liver, heart and lungs, and cornea with an objective to give a new lease of life to around 8 persons suffering with various organ issues including one heart transplantation at the Apollo Hospital which was transported in Hyderabad Metro Rail.

Sajjanar felicitated Narsi Reddy’s wife V Nirmala, two sons and his mother V Sugunamma, Brother-in-law Nagam Venkat Reddy and Auncle Padma Reddy. He also conveyed his deep gratitude to them on behalf of the police and Jeevandan.

The CP appreciated the efforts of the family to donate organs for humanitarian cause and assured them all kinds of help. He also urged Relatives of Brain Dead persons to come forward and do the same by following the example of V Narsi Reddy Family.

He expressed his appreciation to the entire family for being role models to the entire village, society, State and the Country in understanding the importance of the noble cause of the organ donation and coming forward to donate the organs of the deceased family member even when they were in grief.

“People need to understand that the Jeevandan scheme is a transparent system and more efficient and effective. It is having a very Robust system. Telangana Jeevandan has become a Role Model to th entire country,” the CP said. He appreciated the efforts of Dr.Swarnalatha, who is the Co-ordinator of the Jeevandan for her excellent co-ordination.

The CP also urged the public to shed all apprehensions and traditional misconceptions about organ donation and develop rational approach towards this magnanimous work.

A total of 23 persons have donated organs in the State under the Jeevandan scheme of Telangana so far this year.

The Police of Hyderabad, Cyberabad and Rachakonda are planning to have a sustainable collaboration with the Jeevandan programme and to engage themselves directly in spreading awareness among the police personnel and the public on various issues and organ donation and also to be part of the process of organ donation making it more smooth and expeditious. (Maxim News)

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