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This website was created on behalf of Mitu Khurana by her supporters. It is a chronicle of articles that have been written on her fight to save her twin daughters. Please comment to create dialogue and discussion on ways that we can support Mitu and her daughters, and help fight against female genocide.

We are interested in networking and hearing your stories so that more women feel empowered to follow in Mitu’s footsteps in saving India’s daughters!

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  1. December 16, 2009 2:03 pm

    I AM WITH YOU..I have been fighting for the campaign “SAVE THE GIRL CHILD” and created a documentary for it which is featured on youtube.

    We are with u

  2. December 16, 2009 2:22 pm

    Thank you for your support Chintak. I located your video and am including it here! Keep speaking out in the freedom and protection of India’s daughters!

    Save the girl-child–Disappearing Daughters

    • French journalist permalink
      April 6, 2010 1:20 pm


      I am a French journalist preparing a documentary about female foeticide for a French TV network called Canal +. I’d like to get Dr Khurana’s contact and see I can interview and film her.
      I’d also like to get an update about her situation now and her lawsuit.
      thanks for answering !

      Best regards,

      Camille Le Pomellec
      Canal +
      0033 682 947 030

      • April 8, 2010 4:15 am

        Your contact information has been forwarded to Dr. Khurana. Please keep us updated on your documentary.

  3. May 3, 2010 6:51 am

    Dear Dr. Khurana,
    I went through your video at a site. I wasn’t sure if that was your Site so came back to your comment link. Here I am to let you know that I do support your Cause and understand the pain you underwent. I too have been tortured by my in-laws; a read that is yet to be posted here. I have braved it and walked out of my wedlock.
    I have a few more issues that I need to address before taking them to task- which I surely would. Not out of vengeance but to set up an example and let everyone realize that at times ones own home becomes worse than a Slaughter House.
    Meanwhile, I wish you luck and loads of courage.

  4. May 3, 2010 7:25 am

    I was able to locate both your site and email ID 🙂

  5. December 31, 2010 7:40 am

    Dear Dr. Khurana,

    You are one of my hero’s. My salute to you for your commendable confidence and courage. I am with you in this fight though I am in Australia but please let me know how and where I can help you.

    Have a nice and happy year 2011 and regards to you.

    Sukh Sandhu

  6. Mallika permalink
    February 10, 2011 1:49 pm

    I just came across your story Dr. Khurana.

    Like the poster above, I salute you for your strength, courage and resolve. I reside in Canada, but I support you in this cause, and will do whatever I can to help.


  7. April 7, 2011 2:56 pm

    More power to you!

  8. April 12, 2011 11:54 am

    Dear Mitu-ji, I came to your blog via your comment on Kupamanduka’s post.
    Pl let me know if there is any way I can help…and pl do post a link to your blog/articles on this post:
    Look forward to hearing from you.

  9. subbu permalink
    April 21, 2011 6:43 am

    Dear Dr. Mitu Khurana…

    I support your fight…I am the series director of a show called “crime patrol” on sony network. It is a show where I have constantly featured..stories of common peoples fight for justice- social as well as legal. Would be very keen to feature your story. Is there a way I can get in touch with you.


  10. savedaughters19 permalink
    May 10, 2011 3:45 pm

    you can email Mitu at Thanks

  11. December 14, 2011 10:59 pm

    Mam you’re story was featured on a leading American Pro-Life website. Congrats on your courage to stand against such corrupt practices.

  12. Clare permalink
    December 15, 2011 5:51 am

    I will add you to my prayer list Mitu – how are your daughters? Do you have other family and friends to help you?

  13. savedaughters19 permalink
    December 15, 2011 5:16 pm

    Dear Rijo,
    Thanks, I would like to clarify my feelings on the issue though. I am a strong advocate of a woman`s right to abort for e.g. after rape or if child has severe malformations.
    However sex of the baby whether male or female is not a congenital abnormality or a malformation, which is incompatible to life. Hence I feel lets not confuse issues of gender based abortion with right to abort.

    • JeanneMarie permalink
      October 24, 2012 7:27 am

      Dear savedaughters19,
      But, why would rape or malformation change the value of a child’s life? How can we judge the value of a child for ANY reason? Being conceived in rape is also not a congenital abnormality. Some reasons for aborting may seem more “reasonable” at first, but if one looks deeper, we can see that how we “feel” about a child has nothing to do with that child’s worth. Their worth and value are inherent; not at all dependent on anyone else.

      • savedaughters19 permalink
        November 5, 2012 9:55 am

        Jeanne Marie, So sorry for the delayed reply. The law of the land identifies the circumstances where the birth of child will be traumatic to mother and the child. In case of rape. the child has not been conceived as a result of love between the mother and father. The Mother will look after the child throughout her life as an remembrance of the rape. The child will be looked down upon and hated by the mother and society.
        However what we are talking upon here is the abortion because the child is a female. being a female is not a congenital anomaly. the child has been conceived between two mutually loving individuals. and being a female should not make it traumatic for the mother or the child to live thier life… or make it any different than had the child been a male.

  14. March 2, 2012 5:16 pm

    Dear Dr. Khurana- thanks so much for the passionate plea you left on my blog after reading my own post about foeticide. I’ve just posted your comment and petition links (sorry, have had my own beautiful baby girl and didn’t realize your comment was waiting for approval!) What a courageous and inspiring story! I simply cannot believe nor stomach this insane attitude towards girls! I’ll be following your progress and please do let me know what more we can do to publicize your campaign. best wishes, anu anand.

  15. April 4, 2012 1:39 am

    dear dr. mitu and friends of dt.mitu, thanks for visiting my site and posting the petition as a reaction to my own plea to save the girl child and womanhood in the article-
    it is very brave of dr. mitu to give birth to lovely daughters and fight for the cause of all the unborn daughters. i am a dentist and have always fought for the rights of women in my own small way-my protests in the extended family and my deptt. led to the birth of three lovely girls, who are pretty teenagers in college now. i wish dr. mitu all the best and support her petition.
    thanks again….sorry for not using capital letters where required as my keyboard’s shift key isn’t working..

  16. June 9, 2012 2:37 pm

    Hello my dear Dr. Mitu,

    I am here to let you know I support your cause! I want to congratulate you for your courage and the great example you give in your society. I am an international relation student and I am almost graduating from my university in Brazil. I’ve chose to write about female infanticide in india on my Bachelor’s thesis. I am almost finishing it and I after researching and writing about this topic over 5 months I feel that this battle is also mine. I feel very close to your cause and I woud love to talk to you or collect a few information about your story. Would you be able to give me a little bit of your time and conceive me an enterview so I could use on my thesis? I would mention your name and story, if possible. And please let me know if there is anything I can do for you or other women! All the best to you and your beautiful daugthers!!!!!


  17. June 22, 2012 9:35 am

    Dear Dr Mitu Khurana

    We wish to invite you to the 3rd International Media Conference on Save the Girl Child being organised by City Montessori School (CMS), Lucknow on Sunday, 15th July 2012 at the World Unity Convention Centre, CMS Kanpur Road Campus, Lucknow at 9 am. CMS is the world’s lagest school as per the Guinness Book of records with over 44,000 students studying in its 20 campuses in Lucknow and also the recipient of the UNESCO Prize for Peace Education 2002.(website:

    We all know about your struggles and fight against gender bias which has helped in igniting the hearts of masses against this issue. We are expecting many well known mediapersons and eminent personalities who are concerned about the cause and we believe that your presence at this conference will help our movement take a giant leap.

    We wish to deliver a formal invitation if you kindly contact me, Smita Khare, Sr. Sub Editor, CMS at or 09450021862 and let us know your contact details.

    Looking forward to your positive response,
    Smita Khare

  18. November 12, 2012 11:18 am

    Dear Dr Khurana,

    I was invited to a British screening of ”it’s a girl’ to represent International Women’s Initiative (IWI). All you have achieved is incredible and I believe you are an inspiration and hope to women across the world.
    At IWI we are currently in the preliminary stages of designing a project around the issue of gender discrimination in India and would like to discuss potential support and partnership in a project with you to further your cause. If you would like to discuss this opportunity for collaboration, or even just want to find out more about us as an organisation, please be in touch.

    We look forward to hearing your response.

    Best Wishes,
    Philippa Lewis

  19. February 10, 2013 2:38 pm

    Dear Mitu, I read your story in a German magazine and am deeply moved by the injustice against Indian women. I just travelled to India a few months ago and can’t believe that an uprising country like this still treats its women and girls that way! If there ist anything I can do to help, please let me know! Since I am a journalist in Austria I will write about this story in my blog. I wish you all the best for yourself and your daughters and please don’t stop fighting! Kind regards Susanne Wolf

  20. Silke Lewerenz permalink
    February 16, 2013 7:42 pm

    Dear Miss Mitu Khurana, there was a story about you in a german magazine. I want to express my respect and admiration for you and for EVERYBODY who does not shut his mouth when there is so much repression. Keep going on your way, And you don’t need all these horrible persons who don’t see you when you are in the same room. Just don’t see them also…You are right. Your daughters are right and I wish you much luck on your way.
    May there come the time where all these beautiful indian girls can live and are seen as gift enough to marry them!

  21. March 30, 2013 8:27 am

    Dear Dr. Khurana,

    you are a strong personality. My special respect for your work. Maybe one day you will became the Nobel Peace Prize.

    An article was published in the German newspaper “ZEIT”:

    Good luck and all the best for your twins


  22. April 28, 2013 4:55 am

    Dear Dr. Mitu Khurana,

    I just wrote an article which features your interview with Elizabeth Vargas. I have provided a link to your WordPress blog (which I hope meets with your approval):

    I applaud your courage and tireless commitment to this cause – you are not only saving your beautiful twin daughters’ futures, but that of every woman facing this barbaric tradition.

    When money means more than lives – is often where society goes awry.

    Most respectfully,

    Rose (aka sousababy)

  23. Dick Ladwa permalink
    June 28, 2013 9:39 am

    May God Give you strength and hope.I am an Indian by birth and even though never been to India I have never been so disgusted and Ashamed to be called Indian in the way they treat the female gender .My heart goes out to you all the other Girls. God Bless you.

  24. Reshma Shergill permalink
    August 12, 2013 1:57 pm

    Dear Dr Khurana , You have alot of support from asian women in England Who are appalled at these practices that still go on amongest our so called educated people and how Indian society still treats its women as second class citizens How a girls life is not valued at all .Reshma

  25. August 13, 2013 11:47 pm

    My name is Karin Kumar. I’m not an Indian women but had been married to an Indian man from a high cast. We lived in Germany and as I was ( and still are) very drawn to the beauty of the Hindhuism , I thought that in general his ideas where beautiful in being a house wife. Some year later I could see and learn that I had to go through what many Indian women has to go through. It is not easy when you are a full time mother and not being able to finance yourself .He compared me to Indian women and told me that any Indian women is better than me as they are always doing what the husband is saying and will cook at any time. My words to him were “I’m not a slave or property” I am a woman and most of all Human being. This made me wonder about Indian women and why they are not standing up ( I had these thoughts 20 years ago when he filled divorce) .

    Through the internet I learned more and could understand the plight Indian women have to go through. In fact in some respect my daughter has to go through. She is never enough and not important for her Indian Daddy and he even does not bother to call her on her birthday. Of course it is quiet different when his son has birthday.She is suffering terribly under this as she was only raised by me and with equality values of men and women.

    For me there is more suffering .. my Indian nieces left India to live in Dubai just because of what they experience in India. My heart was breaking when I read a facebook update of one of my nieces after the gang rape of “blessed Jyoti”.

    I am ashamed to be Indian and I can’t live in India as a women as there is no way that I can live a normal life. Seeing the BBC documentary about the live of women in India I came across your plight and your fight against the society that sees women as property .

    It made me happy to see that somebody is standing up and trying to make the changes for the women in the future . The girls that are still born and hopefully grow into beautiful strong women. If there is a way that I can help or that women internationally can help the women of India please let me know. If there is a facebook page please let me know too.Goddess bless to all Indian women and women on this planet

  26. Brittany permalink
    February 4, 2014 5:58 am

    My heart goes out to you Mitu and other moms like you. This injustice must be stopped.

  27. kiran permalink
    March 18, 2014 8:07 pm

    Please let me know how I can support this important cause.

  28. March 19, 2014 5:40 pm

    Thank you all for your outpouring of support and for helping to spread the word on what is happening to the Daughters of India.

    Friends of Mitu

  29. cara permalink
    July 15, 2014 8:57 pm

    Dr Khurana,

    I came across your story on the documentary ‘It’s a Girl’ and felt compelled to write to you and tell you how much admiration and respect I have for your courageous efforts against discrimination towards women.
    I write from the UK and although faced with some mild discrimination in my life, nothing compares to what is going on within these Eastern traditions and societies.

    Women in western society were once considered inferior, they have been suppressed and discriminated against for many decades, but due to people like yourself A CHANGE HAS COME and women are now a force to be reckoned with, becoming more powerful and respected members of this world. What I am trying to say is – keep pushing, keep strong and never give up and things WILL change, and you will save women like your daughters and bring them up in a world where they are free to live, love, succeed and will not be considered inferior any more – they are no longer a gender but in fact a human being.

    I wish you the best of luck in your campaign and if you need anything, please let me know.


  30. August 26, 2014 4:14 am

    You are an inspiration. You are so brave and strong. It is women like you who change the world. The “big rock” you are pushing against sometimes seems immovable, but someone has to give it the first push. Many hands of many women will move it, in time.

  31. September 19, 2014 2:02 pm

    I watched the documentary “It’s a Girl” on Netflix here in the USA in Athens, Georgia. You are an inspiration! Thank you for your hard work in standing up to this injustice. It is completely shocking and disgusting that this is happening in our world today! I will be following your blog, sharing, and helping as I can.

  32. September 25, 2014 2:03 pm

    Dear Dr. Khurana, I am a German Journalist working for one of the leading newspapers in my country. I would like to get in touch with you for an interview. Could you please send me your contact details so that I can reach you. Thank you.
    Regards, Friederike

  33. November 3, 2014 2:57 pm

    Hello! I am a Writer based out of Norway. I am writing a story on gender-biased sex selection for a Norwegian magazine called Women United run by an NGO. I would love to get in touch with Dr. Mitu Khurana for my article. Could you please help me get in touch with her? This is my email address: Thank you so much.

  34. February 16, 2015 7:57 pm

    I am doing a school project on the gendercide in India and I have started a petition to call attention to President Obama here in the US. My goal here is to put pressure on the Indian government to bring justice to your ex husband and the doctor who performed the ultrasound. Everyone can help by signing my Petition below.

  35. Ass. Prof. Dr. Heber Ferraz-Leite permalink
    October 3, 2017 10:34 pm

    Dear Mrs. Khurana! I just saw a TV-Report about your work! I congratulate you for your efforts to make a world a Little better! Regards from Vienna, Austria

  36. Aashi permalink
    July 26, 2020 1:59 pm

    Dr Khurana, your work is inspiring! I support you, and I am sure your daughters are in capable hands.

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