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Narendra Modi's move to procure liver for Deshmukh above politics
It was a rare initiative when Narendra Modi asked his health department to procure a liver for ailing Union Science and Technology Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh. Leaving all the political differences aside, this step shows that humanity should always rise above petty politics.

WHILE HIS opponents might call it a political gimmick to show himself at his human best, but Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi has gone miles ahead by instructing the Gujarat state health department to procure a cadaver liver on top priority for the former Maharashtra chief minister Vilasrao Deshmukh.

On Sunday afternoon, Narendra Modi tweeted about his rare gesture. “Instructed Gujarat’s health department to procure cadaver liver on top priority to Shri Vilasrao Deshmukh, who is undergoing treatment.,” the tech-savvy Narendra Modi wrote on his Twitter account.

The Union Science and Technology Minister Vilasrao Deshmukh was admitted to Global Hospitals in Chennai last Monday after suffering from a serious liver ailment. Though his condition is reported to be stable, but he continues to be in the ICU, according to IBN LIVE.

The 67-year-old Deshmukh had to be airlifted from Mumbai in a critical condition. The doctors will decide about the liver transplant only after his condition improves. One hopes that the concerned step from Narendra Modi to get a liver for Deshmukh will bear fruit, and that the ailing minister recovers.

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