Bareilly: 53 children found unclaimed in five years, the Department of Women’s Welfare is in charge – UP: In Human World …! Place of birth of 53 children Trash can … Address Orphanage

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The Women’s Welfare Area has a record of 53 children of this type of mandal, whose parents threw them on the side of the road, in the bushes or in a trash can. The address of 50 of these children is now an orphanage. Three could not be saved. Another poignant aspect of this painful story of newborns immediately after giving birth is that 75% of these boys are daughters.

Although the figure of 53 newborns found in a state of abandonment is five years old, but the same officials believe that it is very possible that this figure is not even 10 percent of the incidents of throwing newborn children. Because luck was also with these 53 children that fate did not allow them to fulfill the intention of leaving them as soon as they came into the world. According to data from the Women’s Welfare Department, of the 53 children dumped, 19 were found in Bareilly, 20 in Budaun, 12 in Shahjahanpur and two in Pilibhit district. One child died each in Bareilly, Badaun and Pilibhit.

It is a coincidence that in the last two years, Corona destroyed millions of lives, but during this time the incidents of throwing newborn children almost stopped. In those two years, only three newborns were thrown off the table, while in the remaining three years these incidents were the largest. An average of 16 children were expelled each year.

Some were scratching insects and others were burning with fever.
Reports suggest the newborns were found to be in very poor condition. Insects scratched a newborn thrown in the bushes, while someone found in the trash burned with fever or cried with hunger. Most lives were saved thanks to people walking down the road. After being reported to the police, these children arrived at the hospital through the Child Welfare Committee. He was saved after a long treatment. Three children whose lives could not be saved, their bodies were badly mutilated by ants and insects.

Desire for son .. 16 sons and 37 daughters among the released boys
Sociologists cite the reasons behind infant throwing incidents such as lack of a child, scarcity, family pressure, and location. Statistics confirm that a child’s desire is the most important factor among them. Of the 53 children dumped, 16 are sons and 37 daughters. Daughters make up about 75 percent of that of sons. According to records, 12 daughters were dumped in Bareilly, 15 in Badaun, one in Pilibhit and nine in Shahjahanpur. After the deaths of two sons and a daughter, 14 sons and 36 daughters are still alive.

Appeal, don’t get up but don’t throw to die
Neeta Ahirwar, deputy director of the Women’s Welfare Department, says killing a fetus in the womb or throwing a baby to death after birth is an inhuman and despicable social crime. If someone is unable to raise a child after giving birth for local or other reasons, they can keep him or her close to a police station, a police station, a government or private hospital, a market or a place religious so that his life is safe. . The Women’s Welfare Department provides vital protection, nutrition and protection to these children. He said many childless couples are approaching the adoption of children growing up in orphanages. Even some children have been adopted.

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The Women’s Welfare Area has a record of 53 children of this type of mandal, whose parents threw them on the side of the road, in the bushes or in a trash can. The address of 50 of these children is now an orphanage. Three could not be saved. Another poignant aspect of this painful story of newborns immediately after giving birth is that 75% of these boys are daughters.

Although the figure of 53 newborns found in a state of abandonment is five years old, but the same officials believe that it is very possible that this figure is not even 10 percent of the incidents of throwing newborn children. Because luck was also with these 53 children that fate did not allow them to fulfill the intention of leaving them as soon as they came into the world. According to data from the Women’s Welfare Department, of the 53 children dumped, 19 were found in Bareilly, 20 in Budaun, 12 in Shahjahanpur and two in Pilibhit district. One child died each in Bareilly, Badaun and Pilibhit.

It is a coincidence that in the last two years, Corona destroyed millions of lives, but during this time the incidents of throwing newborn children almost stopped. In those two years, only three newborns were thrown off the table, while in the remaining three years these incidents were the largest. An average of 16 children were expelled each year.

Some were scratching insects and others were burning with fever.

Reports suggest the newborns were found to be in very poor condition. Insects scratched a newborn thrown in the bushes, while someone found in the trash burned with fever or cried with hunger. Most lives were saved thanks to people walking down the road. After being reported to the police, these children arrived at the hospital through the Child Welfare Committee. He was saved after a long treatment. Three children whose lives could not be saved, their bodies were badly mutilated by ants and insects.

Desire for son .. 16 sons and 37 daughters among the released boys

Sociologists cite the reasons behind infant throwing incidents such as lack of a child, scarcity, family pressure, and location. Statistics confirm that a child’s desire is the most important factor among them. Of the 53 children dumped, 16 are sons and 37 daughters. Daughters make up about 75 percent of that of sons. According to records, 12 daughters were dumped in Bareilly, 15 in Badaun, one in Pilibhit and nine in Shahjahanpur. After the deaths of two sons and a daughter, 14 sons and 36 daughters are still alive.

Appeal, don’t get up but don’t throw to die

Neeta Ahirwar, deputy director of the Women’s Welfare Department, says killing a fetus in the womb or throwing a baby to death after birth is an inhuman and despicable social crime. If someone is unable to raise a child after giving birth for local or other reasons, they can keep him or her close to a police station, a police station, a government or private hospital, a market or a place religious so that his life is safe. . The Women’s Welfare Department provides vital protection, nutrition and protection to these children. He said many childless couples are approaching the adoption of children growing up in orphanages. Even some children have been adopted.

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