Rajasthan: 35-year-old Churu man flies to Hyderabad to donate plasma | Jaipur News

JAIPUR: A 35-year-old man from Churu has set an example of humanity beyond religion when he flew to Hyderabad on Friday to donate his plasma to a person suffering from coronavirus.
Imran khokar donated his plasma to Suresh Sharma (name changed) whose condition is critical at present. Suresh’s family, which originally hails from Churu and currently resides in Delhi, was looking for an AB + blood group person who had recovered from coronavirus for plasma donation.
This, however, was found to be difficult and after contacting medical authorities in all big cities, they got a positive news from Churu medical department.

CMHO Churu Ehsaan Gohri dialogue a blood group organization active in the district. “Suresh has been working in Hyderabad for many years and got infected with coronavirus and was in need of urgent plasma donation. I warned RJ Help Foundation who gave me information about Imran who had recovered from coronavirus recently, ”Gohri said.
When Imran was told about the situation, he immediately agreed. “I returned from Qatar on May 30 and was found positive and later on negative. Now, I am told that my plasma can save a person’s life, so I agreed to go to Hyderabad. Nothing is above humanity. I even told the doctors that I can bear my own expenses. But Suresh’s family sent the flight tickets and a cab to take me to Jaipur airport, ”said Imran with pride.
President of RJ Help Foundation Amjad tuglaq, who is in contact with 12,000 blood donors in the state, said AB + is not a rare blood group, but a person who had recovered from coronavirus was difficult to find.
“Suresh’s family was running pillar to post to find a donor for the last one week. As Imran was under quarantine in Churu district I was able to get hold of his details and confidential him. Without any hesitation, Imran agreed to go to Hyderabad to save a life. Humanity has no religion and the act of Imran proves it, ”Tuglaq said.

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