Yogi set an example of humanity by opening the Chief Minister's office in the middle of the night for a sick student


Bangla Hunt Desk: Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, famous for his tough attitude, had a humane look. The Chief Minister set another example of humanity by opening his office in the middle of the night for a sick student in Gorakhpur. Incidentally, Madhulika Mishra, a poor helpless resident of Campierganj in Gorakhpur, has two bad heart valves. When Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath came to know that the treatment cost Rs 9 lakh 90 thousand, he immediately agreed to bear the cost from the Chief Minister's discretionary fund.


On the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, two BJP workers went to the student's house, obtained all the estimates and sent them to the Chief Minister. After that, the Chief Minister himself arranged a medical expenses and wrote a letter to the student's father. The CM wrote in the letter, “I have learned that your daughter Kumari Madhulika Mishra has lost two valves in her heart. He was supposed to be treated, but not financially. I would like to inform you that according to the estimate given by Medanta Hospital for the treatment of your daughter BEd student Kumari Madhulikar Mishra, Rs. 990,000 has been sanctioned from the Chief Minister's fund. Hopefully with this money his treatment will be very good, and he will recover very quickly and continue his studies.

After receiving the letter from the Chief Minister, Madhulika's family was overjoyed. When they were wondering what to do with the treatment due to poor financial condition? Then the Chief Minister himself came forward and performed all the duties. Madhulika and her family have thanked Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for this. Let me tell you, Madhulika's father is a small farmer. And he did not have money for the treatment of his talented daughter.

After arranging 9 lakh 90 thousand for the treatment of Madhulika at Medanta Hospital, the operation has been scheduled for 24th August. Farmer father Rakesh Chandra Mishra could not raise money for treatment. Then Madhulika appealed to the Chief Minister and the Prime Minister. Madhulika's mother passed away at an early age. His two brothers work in agriculture with their father and run the family.