‘Missing child’ back in Kerala, now all eyes on DNA test results – Thiruvananthapuram News

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The crew arrived on Sunday night time.

Anupama, who’s on a sit-protest in entrance of the Kerala State Council for Child Welfare (KSCCWC) on Monday expressed happiness on the arrival of child from Andhra Pradesh, which was given in adoption violating all the essential legal guidelines. She, nevertheless, continued to be distressed and expressed her ire.

“We have not been kept in the loop at all and the concerned officials are not telling us anything and now I fear that maybe even the DNA tests could be manipulated as those officials at the two agencies continue to sit at the helm of affairs. We fear things might not go in the way it should go. Till now despite our attempts to reach the officials on what next, we have no clue. We wish to know if the DNA samples would be taken together,” mentioned Anupama to the media.

“We feel that these officials are engaged in a personal revenge. They say one thing and do the opposite. We are losing patience and mind you, till this day our protests have been very restrained and I do not know if we will continue the protest in the same manner as we are now deeply distressed,” mentioned Anupama.

It was a 4-member crew from right here which reached Andhra Pradesh on Saturday, and on Sunday late night time amid tight safety introduced back the kid, which Anupama thinks that it was her child that was forcefully taken from her on the fourth day the kid was born and given in adoption to an Andhra couple.

It was a household courtroom right here, which acted first and when it was to have given the ultimate clearance for his or her adoption, an enormous media blitz got here as a succour to Anupama. The Pinarayi Vijayan authorities to behave and direct the CWC and KSCCWC to behave shortly after the courtroom stopped all the observe up procedures for legalising the adoption to the Andhra couple.

On Monday morning a crew of certified professionals together with the authorities reached the kid care centre to take the pattern from the child.

Meanwhile, Anupama has alleged that the workplace of State Health Minister Veena George is taking part in foul in all the sequence of occasions.

SFI activist Anupama, granddaughter of one of many topmost yesteryear CPI-M leaders in the state capital, and her husband Ajith had approached the State Police chief and the Child Welfare Committee in this regard. It was solely after the couple approached the media that issues began to maneuver in their favour. Now all eyes are on the results of the DNA, which is predicted to return out on Wednesday.

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