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Medical examination reveal 13 of 15 rescued girls had hymen tear

by RajasthanDirect
Jul 11, 2013

The medical examination of children rescued from the child home Grace Home revealed hymen tear in 13 out of the 15 girls belonging to Manipur. All the children were in the age bracket of 7 to 20 years. Hymen tear was found even in a seven-year-old girl rescued from the care home, the report says.

NGO FXB Suraksha along with district administration officials and Rajasthan State Commission for Protection of Child Rights ( RSCPCR) had rescued fifty one children, including 27 girls, from two illegal child shelter homes in March. Majority of children belonged to the country’s north-east, who were brought to Jaipur with a promise of good education and accommodation.

The medical report, a copy of which is in possession of TOI, says that the rescued children were examined by the panel of doctors after more than two months of their being repatriated from Jaipur. “It is mentioned that gynecological examination (local inspection) revealed hymen tear in 13 out of 15 girls.”

A panel of doctors including medical superintendent district hospital Ukhrul Dr Yuithingla Vashum, Dr Geeta Thiyam, Dr Geeta Ranjan, Dr Sushitra Thangjam and nurse Yaopeila Rumthao prepared the report in compliance with the directive from the district administration, Ukhrul, after medical examination of the rescued children.

The doctors conducted the medical examination on April 25, April 29 and April 30.

src: http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2013-07-11/jaipur/40513943_1_medical-examination-rajasthan-state-commission-child-rights

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