Save Aaradhya: National Award winning actor Usha Jadhav appeals to the nation on Women’s Day

National Award winning actor Usha Jadha urges Indians to spread awareness on organ donation to #SaveAaradhya. The renowned actor also termed the Sangli foeticide as 'shameful'

Save Aaradhya: National Award winning actor Usha Jadhav appeals to the nation on Women’s Day
National Award winning actor Usha Jadhav visits My Medical Mantra on the occasion of International Women’s Day. Jadhav made an appeal to the nation to join #SaveAaradhya campaign and spread awareness on organ donation

On International Women’s Day, National Award winning actor Usha Jadhav visited My Medical Mantra as guest editor. Appreciating the efforts of My Medical Mantra in spreading awareness on organ donation, she asked people to join #SaveAaradhya campaign.

Usha Jadhav appeals to #SaveAaradhya and #SaveShlok

“I request you all to come forward and join My Medical Mantra campaign to #SaveAaradhya. On Women’s Day, let’s pledge to share awareness on organ donation. Let’s pledge to donate organ to #SaveAaradhya and many beautiful lives like hers,” said Jadhav.

While Aaradhya Mule (4) has been waiting for a donor heart for last six months, another child, Shlok Andhale (1.5), registered for heart transplant at Fortis Hospital last week.

Both, Aaradhya and Shlok, have end-stage heart disease – dilated cardiomyopathy. While only 10% of Aaradhya’s heart is functional, Shlok has 15% of his heart functioning.

Heart transplant is the only way to save them. They have not seen the world. We all need to come together to give them a new lease of life,” said Jadhav.

Watch an appeal by National Award winning actress Usha Jadhav to #SaveAaradhya

Actor speaks on Sangli foeticide

Speaking on the Sangli female foeticide racket which came into light on Sunday, Jadhav said the incident is shocking and shameful.

“It is very shocking, especially when the central government’s flagship programme is Save Girl Child campaign,” said Jadhav.

Sangli police on Sunday recovered 19 foetuses with many in highly decomposed state. Police have arrested homeopath Babasaheb Khidrapure, who ran Bharti Hospital in Mhaisal village in Sangli district of Maharashtra. Khidrapure is in police custody.

“Girls have been excelling in all fields. It is high time that the society changes its mind-set towards girl child and towards women,” concluded Jadhav.