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    Indians and even foreigners are offering to donate their kidneys to Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj. The Minister took to the social media earlier this week to reveal that she was in a hospital undergoing tests for a kidney transplant.

    New Delhi (Sputnik) Ever since Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj wrote on the Twitter that she was to undergo a kidney transplant, people from across the world have wished her speedy recovery. Several of them have even offered to donate their kidneys to the ailing Sushma Swaraj.

    The first response came from a traffic constable from Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. He offered to donate of his kidneys to the minister.

    “I want to donate my kidney to you and my blood group is O positive,” the traffic constable Gaurav Singh Dangi from the Madhya Pradesh tweeted.

    “Sushmaji is a good leader and we need her to be well and that is why I offered my kidney,  Dangi added.

    In fact, Dangi is not alone, there are hundreds others who have offered to donate their kidney to Sushma Swaraj. 

    Among the many who offered to donate their kidneys is a Baloch activist Ahmar Mustikhan.

    “It will be a great honor if my Baloch kidney may help our sister Sushma Swaraj, this will be a small token of thanks for raising our issue at UN,” Mustikhan wrote on twitter.

    Overwhelmed by the huge response, Sushma Swaraj tweeted that, “My heartfelt thanks for your kind words and good wishes. Some friends have also offered their kidneys for my transplant. I have no words to express my deep sense of gratitude.”

    The All India Institute of Medical Sciences, where Sushma Swaraj is undergoing treatment, has also been deluged by calls with offers to donate their kidneys to the popular Indian Minister.


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