Rohtak: A leading medical health institution in Haryana, not far from the national capital, is grappling with a peculiar problem - an increasing number of abandoned newborn girls who were brought there in a critical condition.
In the last 10 days alone, four such baby girls have been admitted to the Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Sciences (PGIMS) in Rohtak, the hometown of Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda, 70 km from Delhi.
"Incidents of abandoned infant females have recently shot up in an astonishing way. Earlier, one or two cases that too over a long period of time would come to the notice of PGIMS," said Ashok Chauhan, medical superintendent.
In all the recent cases, the condition of the abandoned girls has been very serious or critical. These girls were brought from different parts of the state....more
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