After sex tests & foeticide, clinic found guilty of female infanticide

HYDERABAD: In a startling revelation, the reliable document ready by means of the District Appellate Authority has discovered Gayatri Nursing Home accountable of female infanticide. While, reportedly, two medical doctors and manager at the Saidabadbased facility had already been booked for carrying out sex dedication, illegal abortions and female foeticide, it has now been established that the offenders resorted to the ugly murder of newborns as well. The document has been compiled preserving with the information of the Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques (PCPNDT) Act.


Earlier, this issue used to be highlighted by means of the petitioner who approached the Hyderabad High Court accusing the federal government of failing to take any action against female foeticide and infanticide at the Gayatri Nursing Home.

On Saturday, following the arrest of its managing director Dr Rachana Singh Thakur, her husband and clinic administrator Dr Kiran Kumar and clinic manager Sarwari Unnisa, on Friday, a crew of officials by means of the district collector raided and sealed the clinic. The District Medical Health Officer (DMHO) additionally beneficial suspension of the clinic’s license.

During the raid, the clinic used to be discovered flouting a number of laws underneath the PC-PNDT Act as well as underneath the Medical Termination of Pregnancy (MTP) Act. “These include not registering the clinical termination of pregnancy (MTP) and not keeping up any records of MTP performed,” the document said.

Under the PC-PNDT Act, every MTP must be registered, a consent form be signed by means of the clinic and the couple (that they did not perform sex-determination), additionally a document along side the reason must be specified and the details should be intimated to the District Medical Health Officer (DMHO).

Under Section 27 of the PC-PNDT act those offences are cognizable, non-bailable and non-compoundable.


Earlier this month, a twojudge Bench of the Hyderabad High Court had sought an action taken document from Telangana govt on the alleged female foeticide and infanticide taken place at Gayatri Nursing Home at Saidabad’s Singareni colony.


A writ plea used to be filed by means of a businessman R Sandeep Yadav, complaining of state of no activity by means of Telangana State, Medical Council of India, Indian Medical Association, Hyderabad Police Commissioner and Hyderabad District Collector in preventing female foeticide.


A video pictures used to be submitted in the High Court showing the ugly offences, following which the court had pulled up police and district authorities over the problem.


After sex tests & foeticide, clinic found guilty of female infanticide After sex tests & foeticide, clinic found guilty of female infanticide Reviewed by kailash soni on April 16, 2018 Rating: 5
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