The government pays the cost of a girl found in a floating chest in Ganga, Ghazipur

Amar Ujala Network, Ghazipur

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated Wed June 16, 2021 8:47 PM IST

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In Dadri Ghat, Ghazipur district, a 21-day-old girl was found in a wooden box floating in the Ganges on Tuesday. She was rescued by the Mallah and informed the police. The girl is currently being held at the Jyoti Asha Center for care.

The government bears the cost of the girl found in the box floating in the Ganges.
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Now the government of Uttar Pradesh will take responsibility for the upbringing of the newborn baby left behind by his family in the middle of the Ganges. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced the adoption of the girl. Also, the sailor who rescued him will be given a boat and other facilities. On Tuesday, in Dadri Ghat in Ghazipur, Gullu Mallah saw a wooden box flowing in the Ganges and heard the girl’s scream. On this he jumped into the Ganges and brought the floating box to the bank.When the box was opened it contained images of gods and goddesses and a 22-day-old newborn was found wrapped in mother’s chunari. He immediately took the girl out and took her home by placing her on her chest. Her family members wanted to raise the child, but people informed the police about it. The police took her to the Asha Jyoti Center to take better care of the girl. From there she was admitted to the intensive care unit of the women’s hospital.

During a review meeting in Lucknow on Wednesday, the Prime Minister announced that the state government would take care of the girl found in the Ganges. All facilities are given to the seaman who saved the girl. On the other hand, Ghazipur District Judge MP Singh went to the District Women’s Hospital to see the girl.

He then went to Gullu Mallah’s house with CDO Sriprakash Gupta and other officials to meet him. He said the state government will meet all of the girl’s needs from her upbringing to her future. He said Gullu did a very noble job. His work is praised from district to state level.When he asked Gullu Mallah for help from the administration, Gullu said he had a three-room house and was driving his uncle’s boat. The district judge then announced that he would be given a boat immediately.

Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said the sailor set an example of humanity by saving the girl. The state government will thank them and provide accommodation. If they have their own accommodation, other facilities will be granted based on eligibility. All state officials should encourage those who set an example of humanity.

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Now the government of Uttar Pradesh will take responsibility for the upbringing of the newborn baby left behind by his family in the middle of the Ganges. Prime Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced the adoption of the girl. Also, the sailor who rescued him will be given a boat and other facilities. On Tuesday, in Dadri Ghat in Ghazipur, Gullu Mallah saw a wooden box flowing in the Ganges and heard the girl’s scream. On this he jumped into the Ganges and brought the floating box to the bank.

When the box was opened it contained images of gods and goddesses and a 22-day-old newborn was found wrapped in mother’s chunari. He immediately took the girl out and took her home by placing her on her chest. Her family members wanted to raise the child, but people informed the police about it. The police took her to the Asha Jyoti Center to take better care of the girl. From there she was admitted to the intensive care unit of the women’s hospital.

During a review meeting in Lucknow on Wednesday, the Prime Minister announced that the state government would take care of the girl found in the Ganges. All facilities are given to the seaman who saved the girl. On the other hand, Ghazipur District Judge MP Singh went to the District Women’s Hospital to see the girl.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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