To Save A Thalassemic Child’s Life, Muslim Man Breaks Ramadan Fast To Donate Blood

When we see news of rapes, communal violence, it makes our heart pain and we start believing that there’s no humanity left in the world. We often forget about people who are an example of humanity and considers saving a life above their religion, caste, colour and creed.

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One such example is the Muslim man from Bihar, who chose humanity over religious customs. He broke his Ramadan fast to donate blood to an eight-year-old Hindu thalassemic boy and saved his life. Jawed Alam donated blood to Rajesh Kumar in Gopalganj district, a district health official said. Thalassemia is a blood disorder and a thalassemic patient needs blood transfusion after every three-to-four weeks.

The boy was rushed to the emergency by his father. The patient complained of uneasiness and weakness, and required immediate blood transfusion. There was no blood matching Rajesh’s blood group in the blood bank. They said it would take at least two-to-three days to arrange it. The boy’s condition deteriorated quickly. His father had traveled some 200 km from the Kuchaikote area and was fast losing hope as he waited in the corridors of the blood bank. It was then that a hospital sweeper and cleaner, informed Anwar Hussain, a member of District Blood Donor Team (DBDT) about the child.

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