Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday, November 29, 2015, urged people to donate organs. Modi said, "It is the most vital donation one could think of."
In his 'Mann Ki Baat' radio address to the nation, Modi said, "Organ donation can save valuable lives. I urge people to make donations. What could be a bigger donation than this?"
‘In his 'Mann Ki Baat' radio address to the nation, the Prime Minister stressed that organ donation can save valuable lives. He urge people to donate organs.’
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The Prime Minister said on November 27, 2015, - the International Organ Donation Day - many people, including dignitaries, participated in large numbers to advocate donation of organs.
Modi added, "When an organ is transplanted in another (human) body, not only does the organ get a new life but also the body."
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