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make the abandonment of baby girls in Haryana a national issue

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upto 7 girls have been found abandoned by their parents in the past two weeks in the state of Haryana. a state which has previously been popular for female infanticide, the killing of female fetus, dowry killings, honor killings, domestic violence, gang rape, and nearly all the ways a female can be ostracized, burnt and killed, is now hoping to find more methods to make itself more male dominant that it already is. a seven days old girl born prematurely, and diagnosed with jaundice was left in PGIMS hospital of Rohtak, another girl was found dumped next to a dustbin, and another girl was left in the hospital of Gurgaon. main cities of Haryana such as Sonipat, Rewari, Ambala, Rohtak and Gurgaon have witnessed the abandonment of more and more baby girls. a country that calls itself unbiased and hopes to stop the miseries inflected on its women NEEDS to put this appalling, inhuman behavior towards its girls on top of their agenda, and make sure that these girls get a future they deserve. that is why we ask you to make this issue a national issue, and ask the CBI to investigate. these incidences have been happening for years and years in India, but it takes an extreme case like this when petitions start circulating and the news channels go berserk, but it is inhuman on our part to sit and wait for seven girls to be abandoned before we can stand up. therefore we have to ask, in a country where the women are fighting endlessly to get a 33% reservation in the Parliament, and where women have become the heads of countless panchayats, where women have reached unimaginable heights in the corporate world, where more and more girls are becoming IAS officers, why is it that women are being subjected to such cruelty right when they step into life? when hundreds of laws have made life relatively easier for girls, why is it that such parents do not have to think twice before committing such crimes?? we want the issue to be raised in the Parliament, where it should be discussed with the importance that it deserves. we also ask that this issue be made a national issue, with the CBI investigating into it


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