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PIL filed by Divyanshu Mishra Anshu & Katni Blood Donors Welfare Society for installation of Plasma Apheresis machine in Katni (MP)

Katni (Madhya Pradesh) [India], May 14: After taking relief to millions of people of 9 districts including Katni by installing a CT Scan machine through a PIL in the High Court, Divyanshu Mishra Anshu has pledged to install a blood component separator plasma apheresis machine in Katni Madhya Pradesh. Demand was being sought through a memorandum to which no concrete reply was received, NSUI National Coordinator Divyanshu Mishra Anshu filed a PIL regarding the installation of plasma apheresis blood component separator machine in MP High Court, Jabalpur through advocate Yogesh Soni. The co-petitioner in the said case is Chairman Lokesh Sachdeva from Katni Blood Donors Welfare Society and Shreha Raunak Khandelwal, Women Wing President.

It is known that the population of the Katni district is more than 10 lakhs. People come to the district hospital for treatment from many small districts nearby. Plasma machine which is also used in many other illnesses is constantly seen saving patients by plasma penetration in Covid-19. In such a situation, not having this facility in the harvest is itself a matter of sorrow. The public has to go to Jabalpur, about 100 km from Katni, to donate the plasma. Sometimes the pregnant women have to go to Jabalpur in case the platelets are low, sometimes the patient dies on the way. Given the increasing outbreak of Covid-19 infection, all the health departments of MP are being asked to install the plasma apheresis machine from April 18 through a letter; no effective steps are being taken in the public interest, forcing the High Court the petition had to be filed in the asylum. The petitioner Divyanshu Mishra, co-petitioner Lokesh Sachdeva, and Shreha Raunak Khandelwal expressed confidence in the High Court that soon the court will pronounce a proper judgment in the public interest which will give relief to the public, the petition number of the case is WP / 9324 / 2021.

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