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The Morning Standard|December 05, 2021
Over 340 unwanted babies found families courtesy a scheme that urges people to hand them over discreetly, writes Rajesh Asnani
Rajesh Asnani

LAST month, a baby girl was found abandoned at the emergency ward of Jaipuria Hospital in Jaipur, gnawed to death by rats.

Last year in May, a baby girl was found wrapped in a plastic bag on a motorcycle. She had a medical tape on her hand, indicative she needed treatment for a serious ailment due to which she had been probably abandoned.

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