'Manushree will be fine very soon.'  Gautam Adani's promise to a toddler with heart disease is gaining internet

‘Manushree will be fine very soon.’ Gautam Adani’s promise to a toddler with heart disease is gaining internet

While the world’s richest man is in the headlines for ruthlessly firing employees, India’s richest man, Gautam Adani, is in the limelight for quite opposite reasons. . The billionaire is now winning hearts across the country for his big-hearted effort to save Manushree, a four-year-old girl who was diagnosed with a hole in her heart.

Adani, who is very active on Twitter, was trending on the micro-blogging platform when he penned a heartwarming message, assuring the toddler’s parents that she would be “back to school in playing with his friends. He also promised that the Adani Foundation (the corporate social responsibility arm of the Adani Group) will be in contact with the parents of the child and ensure that they receive sufficient funds for the treatment.

Adani’s post went viral on Twitter in no time. It garnered 31,000 likes and over 3,000 retweets. Internet users are full of praise for this generous gesture. One user wrote that “Such kind of kindness and good work from you will motivate more of us to do things like this in the future.” The user wished God bless Gautam Adani with more wealth for his “great work”. “It shows the reality of a great personality. Thank you from the bottom of my heart (sic),” another user commented. India’s EdelGive Hurun 2022 philanthropy list cited Adani as the seventh highest contributor in donations to charities and philanthropic causes. The Adani Foundation also spent Rs 122 crore to provide relief during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Manushree’s case rose to prominence on social media after the medical team at the Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences posted a message on social media and called on the general public to help the impoverished family raise money. funds for their child’s life-saving operation. The operation costs Rs 1.25 lakh and the parents of the child who live below the poverty line cannot afford it.

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