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Drunkard Husband, Poverty Force Woman to 'Sell' Her Newborn Girl For Rs 5,000

The woman, who gave birth to her sixth child on Friday at a government hospital in Khammam district of Telangana, allegedly sold the newborn girl to another woman of Bhadrachalam town on Saturday for Rs 5,000 due to her poor economic condition.

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Updated:July 9, 2017, 11:41 PM IST
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Drunkard Husband, Poverty Force Woman to 'Sell' Her Newborn Girl For Rs 5,000
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Hyderabad: A newborn girl was allegedly sold by her mother for Rs 5,000 in Khammam district of Telangana as could not raise the child due to poverty, police said on Sunday.

The woman, who gave birth to her sixth child on Friday at a government hospital, allegedly sold the baby girl to another woman of Bhadrachalam town on Saturday with the help of a sweeper at the hospital, Khammam Assistant Commissioner of Police P V Ganesh said.

"The mother is saying that due to her poor economic condition she is unable to look after the baby. Hence, she sold the baby with the help of a sweeper for Rs 5,000," the ACP told PTI over the phone.

The elderly woman who had bought the baby said she took the infant as she did not have a grand-daughter. She, however, immediately brought the baby back to the hospital and handed her over to her mother, the senior police officer said.

The ACP said that the Integrated Child Development Services officials are now taking care of the infant. The woman, who has four daughters and a son, told mediapersons that her husband, a rickshaw puller, was a "drunkard" who spent all their on liquor.

The woman who bought the baby claimed innocence saying she only offered the sum of Rs 5,000 for treatment of the woman's son who was ill.

A case under sections of Juvenile Justice Act was registered against the baby's mother, the woman who purchased the her and the sweeper, the ACP said, adding that a probe is on.
| Edited by: Bijaya Das
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