Mumbai Police Commissioner launches Save Aaradhya documentary

Appeals to Mumbaikars to spread awareness regarding organ donation. Assures that Mumbai police too would do its best to spread the word around for Aaradhya

Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar launched the #SaveAaradhya documentary on Monday in his office Pic Bhushan Koyande/MMM

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.

Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar (in uniform), along with senior journalist and Assistant Editor of Samana Newspaper Prabhakar Pawar (in white shirt), My Medical Mantra Journalists Santosh Andhale (left) and Nikhil Dixit (right), spread the Organ Donation and #SaveAaradhya campaign Pic: Bhushan Koyande/MMM

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)

Mumbai Police Commissioner Datta Padsalgikar makes an appeal to Save Aaradhya and create awareness for Organ Donation exclusively for My Medical Mantra

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