Village volunteer travels to Bengaluru to aid three-12 months-aged cancer patient | Visakhapatnam News

Visakhapatnam: In a heroic endeavour, an Andhra Pradesh village volunteer, Baratam Varaha Narasinga Rao, travelled to Bengaluru from Srikakulam district to conserve the existence of a three-yr-previous boy suffering from most cancers. The 3-yr-previous, little one of migrant personnel, has been determined as G Darshan.
Darshan is presently receiving therapy at St. John’s Health care Faculty in Bengaluru. He is suffering from sarcoma next phase. His mothers and fathers, G Ravi Kumar and G Sudha, are natives of Ondrujola village in Kotturu mandal of Srikakulam district. When village volunteer Narasinga Rao came to know about the boy’s ailment, he realised that the boy could be dealt with for free of charge if the spouse and children had an Aarogyasri card. Unwilling to explain to the child’s moms and dads who were at the healthcare facility to arrive down to Srikakulam to get the card, Narasinga Rao, himself boarded a bus and went to Bengaluru to acquire biometric thumb impressions for the Aarogyasri card.
Speaking to TOI, Narasinga Rao reported that the child’s parent’s had long gone to Bengaluru ahead of the pandemic-induced lockdown. In December, they arrived to know about their child’s health condition. The kid experienced to be admitted on January 5. When medical center authorities requested mother and father about Aarogyasri card, mother and father approached the volunteer.
“Seeing their plight, I did not want to bring them in this article. So I decided to go to Bengaluru myself and get the perform completed. On Saturday, the AP authorities responded immediately and issued the overall health card to the moms and dads,” Narasinga Rao said.