Andhra Candidate Chose To Save Life Of A Mother And Her Child Instead Of Poll Campaign

Talking about her priorities, Lakshmi said she will get a hospital constructed here once "TDP wins". Lakshmi belongs to a political family but is making her electoral debut during Andhra Assembly polls voting for which will take place on May 13.
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Andhra TDP candidate's big decision saves life of a mother and her child.

Hyderabad: Gottipati Lakshmi, the TDP candidate for the Darsi Assembly constituency in Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh chose her noble profession to save a pregnant woman and her child, and delayed her campaigning for Andhra assembly elections. Lakshmi, who is a doctor and making her political debut, delayed her campaign on Thursday performed caesarean section to deliver a baby.
She was informed that the patient was losing amniotic fluid, which can lead to a miscarriage and also puts mother's life danger, and had been referred to a hospital in Guntur, an NDTV report said.
After getting this information, she went to the private hospital where Venkata Ramana from Abbayai Palem was admitted.
"The doctors at the private hospital had referred her to Guntur. I went there and conducted the surgery to save the mother and child," Lakshmi told NDTV. As per the report, both the mother and child are healthy.
Talking about her priorities, Lakshmi said she will get a hospital constructed here once "TDP wins". Lakshmi belongs to a political family but is making her electoral debut during Andhra Assembly polls voting for which will take place on May 13.
TDP posted a video of hers with the child and the infant's family all praising her. Reacting to the post, Lakshmi said, "Nothing in this world brings me more joy than welcoming a life onto this Earth. Babies and smiles motivate me to keep going. It was a good day"
All 175 Assembly constituencies and 25 Lok Sabha seats in Andhra Pradesh will go to polls on May 13. The main fight is between the ruling YSR Congress Party, which had swept 151 Assembly seats and 22 Lok Sabha constituencies in 2019, and Chandrababu Naidu's TDP. It had won 23 assembly and three Lok Sabha seats in 2019 respectively.
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