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Dr Mitu Khurana is an Epitome of Social Justice when it comes to Killing Daughters

April 25, 2015


Why I was being harassed ? This statement completely takes away the heart throbs of all the mothers who were being forced to kill their child in the foetal stage on the basis of sex determination test that states that they carrying daughters in their womb.

It was always believed that education makes a human being more civilized than those who are uneducated but is it a civilized behaviour by a doctor who not only threatened his wife for dowry after marriage but also was ready to try every means and efforts to kill his twin daughters in womb.

Is it education where a retired woman vice principal wanted all from her daughter in law to kill her granddaughters and tortured her to the limit that the poor daughter in -law wanted to commit suicide . Most surprising is the fact that it all happened in the capital city of our country Delhi where educated people live.

Dr Mitu Khurana was not only being harassed for a Honda city car as a means of dowry but was also asked to terminate her pregnancy when her in laws forcibly did a sex determination test on her . Getting married to the educated family where each individual is well settled in their professions she was forced to see the face of evil creatures who were wearing the mask of civilized individuals.

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  1. April 26, 2015 1:56 pm

    Reblogged this on Intrigued?.

  2. June 13, 2015 11:29 pm

    Reblogged this on Freedom Poetess.

  3. June 20, 2015 4:16 am

    Hi Dr. Mitu, I just watched “It’s a girl” and was moved by the issue and your bravery. I’m chinese-born Canadian, and I have to say we are no where near enough exposed to these issues. I don’t know how to personally contact you, but I am going to make it a life goal to one day meet you in person and contribute to this cause in the largest way I possibly can. The highest level of gratitude and respect for what you do for women all around the world.

    • June 20, 2015 4:35 pm

      Thank you for your message to Mitu. We’ve forwarded it to her; she loves hearing from people and is grateful for all the invaluable support. All the best Jaclyn.

      ~Friends of Mitu

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