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JUSTICE FOR MITU

January 24, 2014

JUSTICE FOR MITU

Mitu Khurana, is a doctor herself, whose husband and in-laws tried their best to get rid of her twin girls when they were in the womb. She is the first woman in India to have taken legal action under the PCPNDT (Pre-Conception & Pre-Natal Diagnostic Techniques) Act against her husband, in-laws and the hospital for the sex-determination test.

The lower courts gave awareness to her case but the hospital and doctor have appealed in the higher courts against cognizance and it has been pending since 2010. In fact, Mitu is fighting a dozen other cases including domestic violence, dowry and custody of children, and her email is being hacked. “

How long will the system further victimize mothers like me?  She asks. Mitu and her story were featured in the film “It’s A Girl.”

GirlKIND supports getting Mitu her deserved justice in her fight against the abuses she faced for bearing daughters. “What should I do to save my daughters?” She asks.

She is fighting back so her daughters will not endure what she did; she is standing up and fighting gendercide.

If you would like to help support getting justice for Mitu you may make a financial contribution through GirlKIND.If you would like to help in other ways such as providing legal aid and resources kindly contact us to discuss further.

Visit: Girlkind and learn more about how you can support Mitu.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. DR RAJNI CONTRACTOR MD GYNEC permalink
    January 25, 2014 12:19 am

    dear didi mitu khurana u r fighting a long battele not only for u but forthe so to save so many girl child who r killed before they born.
    u will be the winner as u fighting a female feticide is crime against nation.

  2. christinarule permalink
    January 25, 2014 2:49 pm

    How can we help support your cause and support your continued fight ?

    • January 27, 2014 2:06 am

      christinarule – thank you for your interest in Mitu Khurana’s case. To learn more about how you can help support her please visit Girlkind to learn more. Many thanks!

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