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Tuesday, 07 December 2021 6.26 PM IST

Anupama gets justice, baby handed over to her in the presence of court

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THIRUVANANANTHAPURAM: The baby was finally handed over to Anupama after a long controversy. Anupama received her baby Aden Anu Ajith in the presence of the court. The baby was handed over to the mother after the doctor examined the baby.

The case was considered by the family court in Thiruvananthapuram. The CWC submitted the report including the results of the DNA test in the court. The government requested to consider the case today itself after the DNA result turned positive. It was earlier decided to consider the case on November 30. The court directed CWC to bring the baby to the court while the case was considered. The baby was brought to the court in a government vehicle accompanied by the police from Nirmala Bhavan in Palayam.

Meantime, the report of T V Anupama, director of women and child development, mentioned serious lapses from the side of the Council for Child Welfare. A part of their report was found erased and CWC did not intervene to stop the adoption. The CWC did not inform the police the details of the adoption. Even after Anupama lodged the complaint, went on with the adoption procedures, the report said.

Anupama had approached the CWC on August 11 demanding to return her baby. A decision was taken to give the baby for adoption on August 6. The next day the baby was adopted by a couple in Andhra Pradesh. However, even after Anupama approached them for the child, the CWC went ahead with the adoption procedures. The CWC filed an affidavit in this regard on August 16.

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