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breaking news PM Modi urges people to embrace organ donation

Those who donate their organs after death are “godly” for the recipients, Prime Minister Modi said on his monthly radio program “Mann ki Baat”, adding that organ donation from a deceased person can help eight to nine people. From less than 5,000 organ donation cases in 2013, the number has risen to more than 15,000 in 2022, he said.

On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi called on people to opt for organ donation and said his government was working on a one-size-fits-all policy that would ease the process and encourage people to embrace the life-saving exercise.

Those who donate their organs after death are “godly” for recipients, he said on his monthly “Mann ki Baat” radio show, adding that people’s preference for it can save and save many lives.

“It is a matter of satisfaction that the awareness of organ donation is increasing in the country,” Modi said, noting that the condition of being a public domicile to receive organs has been removed to allow the needy to register anywhere in the country.

A decision to remove the age requirement of under 65 for organ donation was also taken, he added.

From less than 5,000 organ donation cases in 2013, the number has risen to more than 15,000 in 2022, he said. Organ donation from a deceased person can help eight to nine people, he noted.

The Prime Minister also spoke with family members of those whose organs were donated after their death. This included an Amritsar-based couple who decided to donate the organs of their daughter who died 39 days after being born with a fatal disease.

Modi effusively praised the families for choosing to donate the organs of their deceased members.

He said: “Great donors like them make us realize the importance of life. A large number of people in need are waiting for an organ donor in the hope of a healthy life. easy donation and to encourage it, we are working on a uniform policy throughout the country. Modi also noted that corona cases were increasing in some places and asked people to take precautions.

In the area of ​​clean energy, he said, India’s growing presence is being welcomed around the world.

India’s rapid progress in solar energy is a great achievement in itself, he said, noting that Diu has become the first district in India to consume only clean energy for all the needs of the day.

“Through the solar panels, more electricity is generated in Diu than needed during the day. Through this solar project, around Rs 52 crore has also been saved. The environment has also benefited a lot,” he said. he stated, encouraging the use of clean energy. energy.

In his address, the Prime Minister hailed the increasing presence of women in different fields and said that “women’s power” played a significant role in India’s growing strength.

He cited several examples, including that of Surekha Yadav becoming the first female locomotive driver in Asia.

Producer Guneet Monga and director Kartiki Gonsalves brought laurels to the country by winning an Oscar for their documentary ‘The Elephant Whisperers’, he said and also hailed the role of women in relief and rescue work of the NDRF in Turkey.

Modi said, “India has also deployed a women-only platoon in the peacekeeping force as part of the UN mission.” Noting the recent celebration of ancient ties between the people of Varanasi and Tamil Nadu through the “Kashi-Tamil Sangamam” held in the holy city, he said that “Saurashtra-Tamil Sangamam” would be held in different parts of Gujarat from 17th to 30th April.

Such programs are guided by the spirit of “Ek Bharat-Shreshtha Bharat”, he said.

Amid the ongoing official celebration of the 400th birth anniversary of Assamese General Lachit Borphukan, credited with defeating the Mughals, Modi said people would be surprised to know that about 45 lakh people sent essays on his life as part of a campaign. “You will also be happy to know that it has now become a Guinness record,” he said.

The essays were written in 23 languages, he said.

In his speech, Modi also mentioned the growing demand for Kashmiri lotus stems not only in India but also abroad and the increase in income of Bhadarwah farmers of Jammu and Kashmir after they started to grow lavender.

“A few days ago, the great temple of Maa Sharda was inaugurated in Kupwara. This temple is built on the same route that one would take to visit Sharda Peeth. The local people have helped a lot in its construction. I congratulate the people of Jammu and Kashmir for this auspicious work,” he said.

Modi also asked people to share their thoughts for the programme’s 100th episode scheduled for next month.


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