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Monday, 29 November 2021 7.29 AM IST

No faith in police and Women's Commission, will go on a hunger strike from Saturday, says Anupama

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Anupama S Chandran on Friday said that she will go on a hunger strike from Saturday to get her baby back.

"I will stage a hunger strike in front of the secretariat. I've lost faith in the police and the actions of the Women's Commission," Anupama said during a channel discussion.

The state government on Friday ordered a departmental probe into the incident even as the CPI(M) said it wants the mother to get her baby back.

The Women and Child Welfare Department would probe into the complaints from Anupama S Chandran against her father and CPI(M) local committee member P S Jayachandran regarding the alleged abduction and the abandonment of her baby in an electric cradle owned by the State Council for Child Welfare.

Veena George, State Minister for Women and Child Welfare, said the department secretary Rani George has been entrusted with the probe.

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