14-yr-old gives birth to girl in Hathras

  • | Saturday | 18th November, 2023

MUZAFFARNAGAR: A 14-year-old girl in Hathras gave birth to a baby girl in the washroom of a government hospital whose staff rescued the girl and her newborn stuck in the toilet seat. The incident took place on November 15, two days after the girl was admitted due to stomach pain. Her condition remains unstable. She used to study in neighbouring district Mathura, where a boy of her age established a physical relationship with her, the girls mother said.Chief medical superintendent of the district womens hospital, Dr Shaili Singh, said due to lack of blood, the girl is being given blood transfusion. After recovery, she will be discharged from the hospital," Dr Singh said. CMO, Hathras, Dr Surya Parkash, said, After she gave birth, we shifted her to the womens hospital and both were fine at the time.According to a senior doctor at the hospital, the newborn has been admitted to the special newborn care unit (SNCU) ward. The girls family is reluctant to involve police and aims to arrange her marriage to the Mathura boy. Theyre trying to get in touch with the boys family for it. No police complaint has been filed by the minor girls family so far," a relative said, requesting anonymity, adding that they may file a complaint if "the boys side does not agree to give their name to the child. We also published the following articles recentlyMan, 19, hacks 16-year-old girl, her mother as family rejects his proposalA 19-year-old man in Trichy, Tamil Nadu, attempted to murder his 16-year-old girlfriend and her mother after they refused to marry her off to him. The man, identified as K Shanmugam, had a history of involvement in two murder cases. He attacked the girl and her mother with a machete, causing severe injuries. Both victims are now out of danger and receiving treatment at a hospital. Shanmugam also consumed poison and is admitted to another hospital. He will be arrested once he is discharged.Girl Math v/s Boy Math: Decoding the viral trendThe "girl math" trend on social media is a light-hearted way for women to justify their spending decisions and remove the shame around it. It involves making logic that brings joy and reframing the narrative. Examples include timing hair washes, spending more for free shipping, and buying concert tickets in advance. In response, the "boy math" trend emerged, initially mocking girl math but backfiring as women used it to joke about ridiculous habits of men.Two women, five-year-old girl killed in accidentTwo women and a 5-year-old girl were killed, while three others were injured, when a container truck collided with two motorcycles on the old Mumbai-Pune highway in Lonavla. The deceased have been identified as Savita Ganesh Laygude, Lata Nagesh Dhume, and Latas daughter Ovi. The injured have been admitted to hospitals in Lonavla. The truck driver lost control and hit the motorcycles head-on while negotiating a turn. The police have initiated a process to register a case against the truck driver.

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