MOTHER’S KEEN EYE HELPS BRING ‘DEAD’ CHILD BACK MOTHER’S KEEN EYE HELPS BRING ‘DEAD’ CHILD BACK
A woman, who was told her child had died during delivery, traced him out amid a group of rescued children, went to the police... MOTHER’S KEEN EYE HELPS BRING ‘DEAD’ CHILD BACK

A woman, who was told her child had died during delivery, traced him out amid a group of rescued children, went to the police and with their help underwent tests to prove that indeed the child was hers.

The woman had gone for delivery to Naseema Hospital in Mysuru, where the doctors told her that the child had died. Months later, she read in the papers a report about a group of children who were rescued from a trafficking racket at the hospital and saw a picture of the children rescued. Among the children she saw a child, whose face bore resemblance to her husband’s.

The woman, who has two daughters, had come to know she was pregnant with the third child just a few months after her husband’s death. She went to the hospital and asked for an abortion, but the pregnancy had crossed the stage of abortion. So she went ahead with the delivery at the hospital, only to be told that the male child had died during birth.

When she saw the story and the picture, however, she felt convinced that the child had not died. So she went to the police station with the relevant documents and spoke to Dr Subrahmayeshwar Rao, Commissioner of Police. The CoP paid heed to this and called for an investigation. The DNA samples proved that indeed she was the
mother of the child, who was now at Bapuji Children’s Home.

Social Welfare officers too confirmed that the baby found in the rescue home was born to a widow.

The case has been transferred to the Mandi police station. Police have traced three sets of biological parents to nine female and seven male rescued children.
Mandi police officials said the procedure to hand over these children to their parents was going on as per the law. The police are waiting for the court’s order to make the complete handing over.

Right after the child trafficking racket was unearthed, a woman from Nanjangud too had claimed that one of the rescued children was hers. The rescued children are staying at Bapuji Children’s Home, Vikasana Organisation of Mandya and Janapada Seva Trust of Srirangapatana. These organisations are working on getting these children adopted.

 

Source: Bangalore Mirror

Nkasiobi Chukwu

  • Beleria leonard

    2017-05-04 #1 Author

    It’s good that she didn’t give in and just believe her child was dead. Wow that is crazy.

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  • Octavia

    2017-05-05 #2 Author

    Such an amazing story.

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  • Talonna

    2017-05-05 #3 Author

    A mother knows her child . Amazing how she helped so many other families

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  • Barbra okova

    2017-05-05 #4 Author

    Strength of a mother….i salute her for not giving up on hope

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  • Bella mac

    2017-05-05 #5 Author

    Sounds like a lmn movie so sad!

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  • Bella mac

    2017-05-05 #6 Author

    Sounds like a lmn movie 😩 So sad

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  • Bella mac

    2017-05-05 #7 Author

    Sounds like a lmn movie 😩

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