Sachin Tendulkar helps in treatment of babies born with deformities | Cricket News

Sachin Tendulkar on Friday has revealed that his foundation alongside the Inga Health Foundation’s hospital is helping the babies born with deformities in Jammu and Kashmir.
Tendulkar, who has recently been on a trip to Jammu and Kashmir along with his wife Anjali Tendulkar and daughter Sara Tendulkar has put down a heartfelt note with a video on the social media accounts.
“We don’t often think about our ability to smile, as a gift. We consider it a given. There are a few, who struggle to express even this basic emotion. Nearly 60,000 babies in India are born every year with deformities that inhibit their smiles,” wrote Sachin.

“Through Sachin Tendulkar Foundation, we have been working with a wonderful set of doctors who strive to put a smile back on children’s faces, through cleft lip and palate surgeries.
“One of the centres we have been supporting is in Srinagar. During our trip to Jammu & Kashmir, we spent time in Inga Health Foundation’s hospital, interacting with doctors, children and their parents.
“Lening to the stories of how the surgery has transformed lives of these children was indeed gratifying. Anjali, Sara and I were all smiles after meeting these little heroes. We are happy to have contributed to this beautiful change in their lives.”
Sachin has described the trip as a “beautiful experience” that will forever hold a cherished place in his memory.
During his recent trip to the Kashmir valley, Sachin had also several videos, including him visiting a cricket bat making factory, enjoying time with his family at the Shikara, playing cricket on the roads, and meeting Jammu and Kashmir’s Para cricket team captain Amir Hussain Lone.

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