Hindu Muslim Women Donated Kidney To Each Other’s Husband For Transplant

Everyone in this globe is divided into religion and there is so much of hatred among different religions but, humanity stands above everything. Such is a story coming out from Mumbai where two women donated there kidney to each other’s spouse for transplant.

Hindu family from Bihar and Muslim family from Thane, Mumbai came together to save two lives.

The two women donated kidneys to each other’s husbands. Thane’s Nadeem and Bihar’s Ramswarth Yadav came to the same nephrologist around the same time. Both Nadeem and Ramswarth needed a kidney transplant and their respective wives were not a match for them.

Two families completely stranger to each other came to the Dr Hemal Shah at Saifee Hospital. Mr Shah found that Ramswarth’s blood group matched with Nazreen’s (Nadeem’s wife), while Nadeem’s matched with Satyadevi’s (Ramswarth’s wife).

Both the families work together as a team to overcome all the legal hassle and kidney transplant was done last week on March 14th. They both gave each other’s spouse a new life and maker a life long connection as well.

Speaking to TOI Ramswarth’s son Sanjay told:

“Despite dialysis, my father led a painful life for the past two years. The only way out was a transplant. And in matters of life and death, religion doesn’t matter.”

Previously, in Kolkata, a woman donated her kidney to a junior colleague.