Infant's body found buried in Jaisalmer

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    JAISALMER: The police on Wednesday exhumed the body of an infant from a grave in the backyard of a house in Mandai village in Jaisalmer district and sent it for postmortem suspecting it to be a case of infanticide. The sub-divisional magistrate also lodged an FIR against the family members for the alleged 'murder' of the newborn.

    This is the third suspected case of infanticide in Jaisalmer in the past seven days. In all the three cases, the bodies of the infants were buried in the backyard of the houses.

    The district administration swung into action after it received a tip off about the death of a newborn girl in suspicious condition on Tuesday. The district administration called Forensic Science laboratory (FSL) to assist them in investigation.

    When the police recorded statements of the family members, they all gave different versions on the death, which strengthened suspicion of the police and district administration.

    District collector Shuchi Tyagi said, "Guddi Kanwari, wife of Been Singh, gave birth to a healthy baby at Mandai village on June 6 and the delivery was normal. The family members said the infant died on June 7 of premature delivery and was buried in the backyard of the house. On contradictory information and for hiding the facts, Fatehgarh SDM Om Prakash, PCPNDT coordinator Renu Bhati, deputy SP (probationary) Sunil Panwar, Dr Anil Mathur, Dr Ashok Meghwal including other officials of police administration were sent and investigation was done again."

    She said that during the enquiry it was found that the family members hid the facts. "They did not even remember the date of birth of the baby girl, while the midwife said that delivery took place 3-4 days ago but ANM said that delivery took place on June 6," she said.

    Now, SDM lodged FIR against Guddi, her mother-in-law Asan and one more person (dai) Kamroo under IPC 315, 201 and 120B, sources said.

    Among the three suspected cases of infanticide, two of them were reported on Friday and police are investigating the matter. Both the cases were reported in Tejmalta village. The police said that in one of the two cases of Tejmalta, the entire family disappeared when the police started investigation.

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    Jaisalmer: The police on Wednesday exhumed body of an infant from a grave in the backyard of a house in Mandai village in Jaisalmer district and sent it for postmortem suspecting it a case of infanticide. Also, sub divisional magistrate lodged FIR against family members suspecting 'murder' of the newborn.

    This is the third suspected case of infanticide in Jaisalmer in the past seven days. In all the three cases the bodies of the infants were buried in the backyard of the houses.

    The district administration swung into action after it received a tip off about the death of a newborn girl in suspicious condition on Tuesday. The district administration called Forensic Science laboratory (FSL) to assist them in investigation.

    When the police recorded statements of the family members, they gave different statements on the death of the newborn girl, which strengthened suspicion of the police and the district administration.

    District collector Shuchi Tyagi said, "Guddi Kanwari wife of Been Singh gave birth to a healthy baby at Mandai village on June 6 and delivery was normal. The family members said the infant died on June 7 of premature delivery and was buried at the backyard of the house. On contradictory information and for hiding the facts, Fatehgarh SDM Om Prakash, PCPNDT coordinator Renu Bhati, deputy SP (probationary) Sunil Panwar, Dr Anil Mathur, Dr Ashok Meghwal including other officials of police administration were sent and investigation was done again."

    She said that during the inquiry it was found that the family members hide the facts. "Even they did not remember the date of birth of the baby girl, while the midwife said that delivery took place 3-4 days ago but ANM said that delivery took place on June 6," she said.

    Now, SDM lodged FIR against Guddi, her mother in law Asan and one more person (dai) Kamroo under IPC 315, 201 and 120B, sources said.

    Among the three suspected cases of infanticide, two of them were reported on Friday and police are investigating into the matter. Both the cases were reported in Tejmalta village. The police said that one of the two cases of Tejmalta, entire family disappeared when the police started investigation into the matter.

    Infant's body found buried in Jaisalmer - The Times of India
     
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    This is an extremely shameful act. How can parent be a part of such gruesome act?
     
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    And who do you think kill the female faetuses in India if not the Parents? One more point in favour of Indians not having evolved into Homo sapiens and are struck with the animals:yey:

    So much for our superior culture and society :lol:
     
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    Killing a fetus and killing a living and breathing infant are two different things. Abortion and infanticide are different. In this case as far as I know, the mother even denied the delivery of the child. You are right, so much for our superior culture and society. A society which doesn't protect the weak and the vulnerable must be infested with incurable diseases and subsequently cease to exist.
     
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    Have you not heard of Female Infanticide (not faeticides)? It is a common practice in the villages of the TN(dont know about the rest of the states) to give poison to the Female infants and letting out a sigh of relief that they have successfully helped a Girl :frusty:

    Where Are The Girls? Female Infanticide In India
    For India's daughters, a dark birth day / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonitor.com
    Grim motives behind infant killings - CNN
     
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    It has a confused standards, social or otherwise.

    Nothing surprises!
     
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    Such parents must have their pleasure organs get removed by force. How can they ever think about having sex knowing that they just killed their own child?
     
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