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Help Darshan Recover From A Serious Accident

Darshan Arun Pandya a 19 year young guy met with an accident while coming from Parul university and has gone into a very severe head injury and is in ICU fighting for his life.

His financial condition is not such that they can afford the medical treament of 20 thousand per day to save Darshan. He is admitted in VINS (Vadodara Institute of Neurological Sciences).

Please help us to save lives as you have been helpful in supporting my campaigns for cancer patients, burned patient etc. Saving somone life is the biggest blessing one can have in his life.

Please help.

Thanks & Regards,
Alok Thaker
New Estimated medical letter from VINS Hospital
New Estimated medical letter from VINS Hospital
Estimated medical letter from VINS Hospital
Estimated medical letter from VINS Hospital
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6th September 2017

Just got a very sad & unfortunate news that darshan has passed away today and campaign has been closed. It hurts me a lot that after armaan a 4 year old kid fighting leukemia,Riddhi a small young lil angel and now darshan..all 3 lost lives ...and some ppl have recovered from cancer, accidents are still happily fit with help of my friends,relatives & milaap...but I am really thankful for those who have contributed in saving lives..strength,love,prayers to the family & hats off to seema aunty his mom her fighting spirit to save her son,rohit jain his great friend darshan's neighbour who was my first point of contact always for darshan...

May his soul rest in peace and god bless.

Thanks & Regards,

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