Organ Donation has been regarded as one of the best acts in medical history as a patient shows his selfless attitude knowing that they cannot survive, but their organ can help someone wake up to a new day. This whole act is now a state-run program known as Jeevandan to help people sign up and donate their organs if they unfortunately die but help another person get a shot at life.
Azmeera Kumar, a 40-year-old wage earner, recently met with a horrific accident on his way back home near Shaikpet. The man was immediately taken to Care Banjara, where he was in the ICU for more than 27 hours and couldn't fight his way back to recovery and, unfortunately, was declared brain dead by a team of neurosurgeons who treated him.
He is survived by his wife Azmeera Kaili and two sons Prabhudeva (24 years) and Balraj (20 years), who were quite heartbroken by the sudden demise of their beloved spouse and father. The members of the state-run program Jeevandaan did their best to talk to them and counseled them during a time of grief.
After all the discussion and with proper consent, the family members donated five organs(two kidneys, liver, and two corneas) of their deceased family member to this organization to guarantee desiring patients a definite help so that they can live. This gesture should be promoted more for people to come forward and donate their organs after they die.