The employee of Fund of mother Teresa arrested for child sold


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Police in India have arrested the employee of the congregation “Sisters missionaries of love” because of the sale of the 14-day child. Reported by the BBC.

The police began the investigation after a complaint is filed to the Committee on welfare of children. According to the Chairman of the Committee, Rupa Kumari, a boy born in a charity centre in March 2018, and already in mid-may were sold to couples in the state of Uttar Pradesh.

“We found out that some other children were also trafficked from the center. We got the names of their mothers and continue the investigation,” said a police officer Hira Nina Sinha.

According to the BBC, a childless couple in India illegal to buy children, because adoption is strictly regulated, and all of those wishing to take the child very long.

The congregation “Sisters missionaries of love” was established by mother Teresa in 1950. In the framework of work centers for pregnant unmarried women.

Video, photo All from Russia.


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