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A traffic constable of Madhya Pradesh Police offered to donate one of his kidneys to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, a day after she tweeted about her kidney failure

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Bhopal, November 17, 2016: A traffic constable of Madhya Pradesh Police offered to donate one of his kidneys to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, a day after she tweeted about her kidney failure.

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“I wish to donate one of my kidneys to Sushmaji,” 26-year-old Constable Gaurav Singh Dangi said.

He said that after he came to know that Sushma Swaraj’s kidneys have failed and needs a donor he got worried about her health.

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“If after medical examinations my kidney is found fit for transplant then I will donate one to her,” said Mr Dangi, a resident of Tiharka village under Niwadi tehsil in Tikamgarh district.
Since last three-and-a-half years, he is serving as the traffic constable.

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According to PTI, when he was asked why he wanted to donate kidney to Ms Swaraj, he said “I am impressed by her work. She is our External Affairs Minister and a good leader. Therefore, I have decided to donate my kidney to her and also made an offer through Twitter.”

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Ms Swaraj had on Wednesday tweeted that she was in AIIMS because of kidney failure.

“Presently, I am on dialysis. I am undergoing tests for a Kidney transplant. Lord Krishna will bless.” she had tweeted.

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