Lalu will soon go to Singapore for kidney transplant, gets permission for passport renewal from court. Lalu Yadav singapore kidney transplant cbi court allow get passport renewed

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  • Lalu Prasad Yadav is suffering from many serious diseases.
  • Lalu has been consulting Singapore doctors for the last 1 year.
  • Both Lalu’s kidneys are more than 75 percent damaged

Lalu Yadav: RJD chief Lalu Prasad Yadav after the special CBI court allowed passport renewal on Tuesday.Lalu Prasad YadavThe way to go to Singapore for kidney transplant is almost cleared. Lalu Prasad’s lawyer Sudhir Kumar Sinha had filed an application for renewal of his client’s passport in the Special CBI Court of Justice Mahesh Kumar in Patna. Earlier, Lalu Yadav, convicted in the fodder scam, had filed an application for renewal of passport in the Special CBI Court in Ranchi and the court had given its permission on June 14.

Lalu is suffering from many diseases

Lalu Prasad is suffering from many ailments, which include severe kidney lung infection, diabetes, blood pressure. He has been consulting doctors in Singapore for the past one year. At present, both the kidneys of the leader are more than 75 percent damaged. Recently, while staying at his wife Rabri Devi’s residence at 10, Circular Road in Patna, he suffered a fracture in his shoulder due to a fall from the stairs and was taken to Delhi’s AIIMS for treatment. Where after treatment, he has now come to the house of his daughter and Rajya Sabha MP Misa Bharti in Delhi.

Why does Lalu want to go to Singapore only?
Actually, Lalu Yadav had a meeting with senior BJP leader and former MP RK Sinha a few months ago. During this, Sinha told that he had done his kidney transplant in Singapore itself. After which Lalu had discussed a lot about this in detail. Whereas, according to a report Singapore The success ratio of people who are transplanted in kidney is very good. If the kidney is transplanted from a living donor, then its success rate is 98.11% while the kidney transplant from a deceased donor has a success rate of 94.88%. At the same time, the success ratio of kidney transplant in India is 90 percent.

At the same time, out of Lalu’s 7 daughters, his second daughter Rohini Acharya lives with her husband in Singapore. Rohini is married to Samresh Singh, son of Lalu Yadav’s friend Rai Ranvijay Singh. He first lived in America but later shifted to Singapore. She is the Managing Director in a company here and Rohini herself is also an MBBS, so it will be convenient for Lalu.

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