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Drug addict ‘sells’ newborn grandson for Rs 45,000,probe on

A drug addict allegedly sold his newborn grandson for Rs 45,000 with the help of a nurse.

Written by Express News Service | Ludhiana |
April 15, 2013 3:43:15 am

A drug addict allegedly sold his newborn grandson for Rs 45,000 with the help of a nurse who runs a clinic on Tibba road.

The daughter of the drug addict approached Basti Jodhewal police with a complaint against her father and nurse. The police initiated investigation,but no case has been registered yet.

Noor,21,a resident of Iqbal Nagar,along with her mother approached the police. Noor said that she gave birth to a baby boy in a private nursing home a week ago. She alleged that her father Feroze is a drug addict and a nurse of the area was pressuring her to sell her newborn,but she refused.

“Three days ago,I was sleeping in the house with my children. Meanwhile,my father along with nurse and another man barged in and stole my child. Later,I came to know that the accused sold my child for Rs 45,000,” said Noor.

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“My father threatened me to keep mum over the issue,but my mother gave me strength to fight for my child and I came to police station for justice,” she added.

Basti Jodhewal SHO Balwinder Singh said the police received a complaint from the woman and initiated investigation. The police asked her father to join the investigation,but he did not come. Police would soon register a case.

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