A day after a pious devotee at Nirmal Hriday in Ranchi was held for professedly offering an infant, the area unit of Youngster Welfare Board of trustees (CWC) today moved 22 offspring of Shishu Niketan, another asylum home in the region, to another convenience. Both Nirmal Hriday and Shishu Niketan are controlled by Mother Teresa-established Preachers of Philanthropy.
The move comes two days after the executive of CWC’s Ranchi unit, Rupa Verma, recorded a protestation against Nirmal Hriday staff member Anima Indwar for professedly pitching a newborn child kid to an UP-based couple.
Following up on the protest, police captured Indwar on Wednesday. Following the capture, 13 young ladies from Nirmal Hriday were moved to another safe house home. Ms Verma said the area of Nirmal Hriday, which gave safe house to unwed moms, has been sealed.
“We have moved 13 young girls and 22 kids from Nirmal Hriday and Shishu Niketan (individually) to another home,” she told PTI.
Giving points of interest of the continuous enquiry, Kotwali police headquarters officer-in-control S N Mandal said no new capture was made today.
“We captured Anima Indwar and sister Konsalia of Nirmal Hriday so far as a feature of the examination procedure. The points of interest of the case would be made open simply after the probe advances,” he said.
Then, the Missionaries of Charity headquarters in Kolkata today issued an announcement, saying it would make important move to discover reality.
“We are stunned at such news, which absolutely conflicts with the esteem and morals embraced by the Preachers of Philanthropy (MIC), the nuns and its originator. The MIC is investigating the claims against the blamed representatives in Jharkhand with all reality,” Sunita Kumar, a representative of the establishment said. Ms Kumar, in the announcement, likewise cleared up that the Missionaries had quit setting up youngsters for selection three years back.
“The nuns and everybody at MIC are stunned subsequent to hearing the news and couldn’t accept a wonder such as this truly happened. The MIC had quit giving kids for adoption three years back and had never requested cash from guardians for appropriations,” she said.
In her grievance on Wednesday, Ms Verma had said that a couple from UP’s Shone Bhadra area moved toward the CWC after Nirmal Hriday supposedly took away the kid they had given them on May 14. The couple disclosed to Ms Verma that they needed to pay Rs 1.2 lakh to the sanctuary home on May 1 to get guardianship of the child kid.
“The UP-based family charged that Indwar, who gave over the youngster to them, had rung them on June 30 and requesting that they visit the safe house home for finishing certain customs. At the point when the kid was conveyed to Nirmal Hriday on July 1, Indwar took the kid away,” Verma disclosed to PTI yesterday.
She likewise said that Indwar had called up the couple a day after the CWC did an unexpected check at Nirmal Hriday and seized “vital” archives.
“The couple, with not a single help to be seen, thumped the entryways of CWC for help. The kid is in guardianship of CWC at show,” Ms Verma had stated, guaranteeing that a child offering racket has been working from the sanctuary house for quite a while.