For 20 years, Anil More worked in the Special Armed Police Force of the State of Maharashtra. He is now admitted to the hospital, fighting a liver a condition. This Assistant sub-inspector of police and his family are struggling without support for pay for a liver transplant which will save Anil's life.
He loved his job like his family. "My husband joined the police force in 1997. He worked for The State Reserve Police Force, Maharashtra. He gave his heart and soul to his job. We have two children- a 13year old daughter and an 11-year-old son."
Whenever my children used to complain that he is around at home. He used to say- "that is also my family".It so hard for us to see him struggle like this.
It was 2 years ago that he was diagnosed with jaundice. Since then it was a struggle to keep him aliveHe continued his job despite being diagnosed with a liver problemDespite getting admitted several times, he continued with his duty.
But now he cannot move and this is affecting him much. His greatest sorrow is he cannot be on duty, in his uniform. He can survive if he undergoes a liver transplant.
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