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T'gana: Mother gets back baby sold by caretakers


HYDERABAD: Rushing to the rescue of a unmarried mom, the Telangana high courtroom on Tuesday ensured her two-year-old daughter sold by way of 'caretakers' returned to her lap safely after 15 months.

The courtroom also took notice of the high-handed behaviour of the 'caretakers', who sold the child to some at Lingampally dargah in Hyderabad, as well as the apprehensions of the mum that the law enforcement officials had been deaf to her pleas because of clandestine improve of the local MLA to the culprits.


Coming down heavily at the Kukatpally police for not acting at the criticism, a bench of Justice Raghavendra Singh Chauhan and Justice T Amarnath Goud on Tuesday directed them to report the fee sheet within the case inside of two days. The bench also questioned whether police had been hand-in-glove with the accused. The bench was once listening to a habeas corpus plea filed by way of Srijana Reddy (identify modified), a 25-year-old non-public worker and a resident of BS Maktha in Begumpet.


In 2014, consistent with the woman's suggest Y Jhansi, Srijana married an individual in opposition to the wishes of her family. But her husband walked out of the wedding inside of a couple of months regardless of understanding that she was once six-months pregnant. She gave birth to a girl on Nov three, 2016. Later, while preparing for MBA entrance exam it changed into tough for her to maintain the child.


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