International Kite Flyer suffers from Kidney Failure


International Kite Flyer suffers from Kidney Failure

Udaipur’s international kite flyer Abdul Malik is diagnosed with kidney failure. He has been admitted in a private hospital in Ahmedabad from one week and his condition is stated serious.

 
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Abdul Malik is diagnosed with kidney failure. He has been admitted in a private hospital in Ahmedabad from one week and his condition is stated serious. Abdul Malik (38) a professional kite flyer, who grabbed many international and national recognition and various records of flying number of kites together, is on bed. His one kidney has failed and another is working to only 15%. International Kite Flyer suffers from Kidney Failure “Kidney transplant is the only option left now”, said Abdul Malik’s father Abdul Majeed while talking to UT. Abdul Majeed said, “The problem striked when Malik was preparing for RAS exams. One night he complained for pain in kidney but he took it lightly and took a pain killer. But when his pain became unbearable we went for thorough check-up in Udaipur. Doctors recommended us to leave for Ahmedabad where kidney failure was detected”. Malik was planning to make a world record of flying kites over Turkey’s Usakdar to connect the other side of the country which is Europe. But unfortunately the plan failed due to his bad health. His friends all over the world have prayed for his well being. Abdul Malik is well known among Indian and international kite flyers. He played a vital role in International Kite Festival held in January 2011 in Udaipur. UdaipurTimes.com has covered Abdul Malik

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