The Indian billionaire Gautam Adani wrote on his handle, “Manushree will be fine very soon,” adding that he has directed the Adani Foundation to contact the 4-year girls family and ensure that the family receives all possible help to get Manushree “back to school playing with her friends.”
Retweeting another Tweet about 4-year-old Manushree, who lives in Lucknow and has a hole in her heart as per the tweet, Adani has asked the foundation to get in touch with the doctors at the Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGI).
Manushree will be fine very soon. Have asked @adanifoundation to get in touch with her family and ensure that the family gets all possible help that it needs to get Manushree back to school playing with her friends. https://t.co/t2xoqqvG4e
— Gautam Adani (@gautam_adani) November 13, 2022
They had estimated that the girl’s treatment to cost about Rs 1.25 lakh.
While mentioning that the family members’ low income does not meet the cost of the procedure, the post asked for assistance and shared a UPI code.
After this, Netizens applauded Adani’s efforts to help the young child.
A Twitter user wrote, “such acts of kindness and good work by you will inspire more of us to do things like this in the future.” The user prayed to God to bless Gautam Adani with more wealth for his “outstanding work.”
“It demonstrates the reality of a great personality.” “Thank you from the bottom of my heart,” wrote another user.
It is to be noted that Gautam Adani was ranked 7th on the EdelGive Hurun India Philanthropy List 2022, which was published on Oct 21, while Mukesh Ambani, Chairman of RIL, ranked 3rd on the Hurun list.
As per the reports, the Adani Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility ( CSR ) arm, the Adani Foundation, has contributed 122 crores to aid relief efforts in India for the COVID epidemic till now.
Also, it had previously been reported that Gautam Adani would invest $7 to $10 billion in the healthcare sector, including funds from the Adani Foundation.
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This sum would be spent on insurance, hospitals, diagnostics, and pharmaceuticals.