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Kozhikode: Mini Narayanan will fly again to Kerala on Monday to endure a kidney transplant surgical procedure for her son.
Ajay Narayanan of Kasaragod got here down with kidney ailment when he was simply 16.
Mini determined to donate one in every of her kidneys for her son final October. Ajay, who was in a essential situation, was admitted to the intensive care unit of the MIMS Hospital in Kozhikode for per week. As his physique was not wholesome sufficient to endure a transplant surgical procedure then, the medical doctors postponed the operation to April final week.
Mini then left the son beneath the care of her family and went to Sharjah, the place her husband labored.
Nevertheless, the flight companies have been suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic and Mini’s journey needed to be cancelled. The surgical procedure was postponed indefinitely. As his well being situation additional deteriorated, Ajay has been on dialysis for a month.
Mini’s husband Narayanan has been working as a college bus driver in Sharjah for the previous 20 years.
When the federal government started to take steps to deliver again the stranded Indians overseas, Mini too tried to be a part of the primary batch of travellers again residence. Although she contacted the Embassy a number of occasions, her makes an attempt went in useless.
Lastly, the efforts made by activists of Incas, an expat organisation of the Congress, bore fruit.
Dr Sajith Narayanan of the MIMS Hospital despatched throughout the medical information of Ajay. Rajmohan Unnithan MP too intervened for Mini’s trigger.
Tickets have been organized by the ‘Fly with Incas’ initiative by KPCC vice-president T C Siddique. Mini alongside together with her husband Narayanan and daughter Naina will fly to Kochi from Dubai on Monday.