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Father Begs Strangers In Hospital To Save His Son Who Needs A Heart Surgery In 24 Hours

“Everyone I meet on the medicine shop in the hospital or in the waiting hall, I go running up to them, begging them to help save my son’s life.His heart is not working.  He needs a surgery in the next 24 hours, without which he will die. I will never be able to forgive myself if he dies. I need your help to save my beloved Krishna,” - Lallu Saini, father.

This 3-month-old’s heart is failing

Lallu and Deepa’s baby boy was born with a congenital heart defect. His body doesn’t have enough supply of pure blood. But neither of the parents had known this when he was born.


“We noticed that he was falling sick very often. He also had trouble to breathe. We took him to a doctor, thought that the medicine was working. No one thinks their baby has a deadly heart condition when the baby just has a cold,” - Deepa, mother.
But two days ago, Lallu and Deepa were scared when they saw him turn blue when he was crying. They decided to waste no more time and took him to Delhi. He was so critical, that all the while in the car, the parents kept praying for their baby to stay alive.

This daily wager is in huge debts, he can’t save his son

Lallu works in others’ farms in Haridwar, Uttar Pradesh. His earnings have never been enough to take care of his family of 4. But now he is desperate to save his baby boy. Sitting outside the hospital room, Deepa can do nothing but cry for his son. He has no savings but he borrowed from moneylenders on heavy interest.
That’s how I have been able to pay Rs 50000. But the surgery needs about 5 more lakhs. This surgery is the only hope I have for my son. Please help me,” - Lallu.  

These poor parents don't know how they will save their son without your help. A small contribution from your side can bring back their happiness 

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The specifics of this case have been verified by the medical team at the concerned hospital. For any clarification on the treatment or associated costs, contact the campaign organizer or the medical team.

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