Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar on Monday (February 20) launched the English documentary of the #SaveAaradhya campaign. The documentary was launched at the police chief’s office in Crawford Market, Mumbai.
The commissioner who was moved by the condition of 3-year-old Aaradhya, said that, proper awareness needs to be created with regards to organ donation.
Speaking at the launch, Padsalgikar said, “Aaradhya Mule requires a heart and all our hearts beat specially for her that she gets it (the donor heart) before her birthday which is on March 5, 2017. I appeal to everyone that this awareness of organ donation is spread among Mumbaikars and we from Mumbai Police would also our try our best to spread the word around.”
Watch #SaveAaradhya – Do you have a ‘Heart’ for this 3-year-old?
(An English Documentary)
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