Minor Daughter Knocks At Bombay High Court For Liver Transplant To Father

A 16-year-old girl has knocked the doors of the Bombay high court to donate her liver to her father.

A 16-year-old girl has knocked the doors of the Bombay high court to donate her liver to her father. His father’s liver is damaged and he has to have a liver transplant for this cause. According to doctors, if the liver is not found, he will not be able to live for more than 15 days. The girl has now requested permission from the court to donate a portion of her liver, citing the law. The high court has asked the concerned authority to respond to his petition within a day.

Actually, the law prohibits a minor from donating his organs directly to any of his relatives. Only a “close relative” can donate an organ to anyone, according to the Human Organ Donation and Transplantation Act. There is no need to seek permission from any authority. However, in section 1(1b) of the act, an exception has been made for minors. It has been stated that in the case of children under the age of 18, organ donation can only be considered with the prior approval of the competent authority and the state government. This rule is in the law, but it is unclear how it will be implemented.

Following this, the high court door was knocked on behalf of her mother to donate the liver of a Mumbai man’s daughter. According to a toi report, the girl’s lawyer, Tapan Thate, informed the high court that her father has liver cirrhosis. are lying on the bed Doctors had advised him to undergo a liver transplant in March. Doctors had advised him to undergo a liver transplant in March. All of his close relatives who are eligible to donate organs have been examined, but none have been found medically fit to donate a liver. He is the father’s only daughter whose liver has been found to be transplantable.

Following this, the high court door was knocked on behalf of her mother to donate the liver of a mumbai man’s daughter. according to a toi report, the girl’s lawyer, tapan thate, informed the high court that her father has liver cirrhosis. Are lying on the bed doctors had advised him to undergo a liver transplant in march. all of his close relatives who are eligible to donate organs have been examined, but none have been found medically fit to donate a liver. He is the father’s only daughter whose liver has been found to be transplantable.

During the hearing in the high court, public prosecutor pp kakade, speaking on behalf of the directorate of medical education and research, stated that if the necessary documents are provided by the girl, action will be taken on her application as soon as possible. Following this, the bench of justice revati mohite dere stated that because the father’s condition is serious in such a situation, he requests that the decision on the minor daughter’s organ donation application be made by May 4.

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