A mother’s plea: Dr. Mitu Khurana


by Rumbold
23rd November, 2009 at 11:16 am    

Dr Mitu Khurana is a doctor in India who fears for her children’s lives after repeated attempts by her husband and her in-laws to abort and then kill her daughters (he wanted a son). Dr. Kamal Khurana denies the allegations, but an NGO and other groups have taken up Dr. Mitu’s case. Her case has been extensively covered in the India media, but it has still not brought her justice or the safety of her daughters. Here is her story in her own words:

I, Mitu Khurana, a pediatrician and mother of twin girls, would like to share my experience in saving my girls from being killed by my husband and in laws while they were in my womb and subsequently after their birth.

I got married to Dr Kamal Khurana in November 2004. Initially, there was a lot of dowry harassment. In January 2005 I became pregnant. An ultrasound showed that I was carrying twins. Then my mother-in-law started demanding that I undergo a sex determination test. I was even tortured to get it done. My husband and in-laws would deny me food and water and fight with me every day to undergo the sex determination tests. I, with full support from my parents, tried resisting it

So my in-laws and husband got it done by deception. Knowing that I was allergic to eggs, they fed me cake made with eggs, all the while assuring me it was eggless. I developed allergic manifestations — stomachache, loose motions and vomiting. I was taken to the hospital.

My mother-in-law asked me many times to at least get one child killed in-utero. I was kept without food and water. My husband who began ignoring me even turned me out of the house at 10:00 one night and asked me to go to my father’s house. When I asked him to let me take my mobile and car keys as I did not want to be stranded at night at this stage of pregnancy, he said “is ghar se kisi cheez ko haath lagaya to thapar parega (if you take anything from this house, I will slap you)”. My father-in-law intervened and asked my husband to let me stay the night, and in the morning I could be sent to my parents.

My mother-in- law even told me that my two daughters would be a big burden on the family and I should get them aborted. If not both, she said get at least one aborted. When I refused she said at least give one of them for adoption. After three incidents where they tried to compel me to abort and misbehaved with me, my father took me to his house.

Mine was a lonely battle to give birth to the twins in my womb. After finding out that I was to have twin girls, my in- laws and husband seldom accompanied me for antenatal tests or hospital visits. My mother would accompany me for all my tests etc. My husband would frequently fight with me. He even demanded that a D.N.A should be conducted to establish the paternity of the twins because his mother had been told by some priest her son would have just one son. As I was carrying two daughters, he said they could not be his children.

I pointed out to my mother-in-law, that it was the father’s sperms that are responsible for sex of the babies. Her reply was that my fault was that I was not ready to abort them. Due all the tension, I delivered two-pre term daughters on August 11 2005. For nine days after the birth of my twins, my in-laws never visited me. Then my in-laws came. They said “God forbid, we ever become buas of girls again” .My mother-in-law said, “They were born in the seventh month so they are not going to survive anyway”.

I tried many times to go back to my in-laws’ house. However, there was a lot of verbal abuse and I had no help in looking after the children. My mother-in-law even deliberately pushed down my 4-month-old daughter from the staircase and pretended it was an accident. Fortunately I was able to hold her carry cot and save her from harm. They never showed any love or affection towards them.

Though I had complained to the police station during my pregnancy about the sex determination test conducted and the pressure to have an abortion, I had requested them not to take any action as I thought that my in-laws would come around and accept my daughters.

In March 2008, my husband threw me out in the middle of the night, and asked me for a mutual consent divorce, because he wanted to remarry and have sons. It was during this visit to my matrimonial house, that I came across the discharge papers, and reports of ultrasounds done during my pregnancy (those papers had been always in the custody of my husband).

COMPLAINT UNDER PC-PNDT ACT AND ATTITUDE OF THE AUTHORITIES.

On April 10 2008, I filed a complaint to the Women’s Commissions, the health minister, and various N.G.Os. On May 9 2008, I filed a complaint. On June 5, I got reply to a RTI application that the Central Monitoring Committee along with District Appropriate Authority (NORTH WEST DELHI) had raided the hospital on 3rd June 2008, and again I got a reply from District Appropriate Authority that during raid it was found that no form F was filed.

P.C-P.N.D.T ACT which prohibits sex determination during pregnancy states that “Person conducting ultrasonography on a pregnant women shall keep complete record thereof in the clinic/centre in Form – F and any deficiency or inaccuracy found therein shall amount to contravention of provisions of section 5 or section 6 of the Act, unless contrary is proved by the person conducting such ultrasonography.”

Here section 5 & section 6 states- 5. Written consent of pregnant woman and prohibition of communicating the sex of fetus. (1) No person referred to in clause (2) of section 3 shall conduct the pre-natal diagnostic procedures unless (a) He has explained all known side and after effects of such procedures to the pregnant woman concerned.

Yet still no action was taken. When my case was highlighted in the media, I got a letter from District Appropriate Authority asking me to appear before them and express my views. I went to meet the C.D.M.O and asked about the value of my statement in this case. I was told that the law needs to be explored. It was also suggested that I should not do anything in an impulsive manner, which I may regret later. I was also told that I should try to reconcile with my husband. I was also asked the benefit I would get if the ultrasound machine was sealed. I was told the ultrasound machine was a very useful tool for diagnosis and someone could suffer if it was sealed.

I pointed out to the C.D.M.O that his statement that I should try to reconcile with my husband, and the wish for a son was not something I could not fulfill, as I could always get pregnant again, implied that he was encouraging me to undergo sex determination test should I get pregnant again. It also implied that he considers women as baby producing machines who must go on producing children till they manage to produce a son. No answer has been given about why the foetal ultrasound was done in the first place, when it was never asked for. In the meantime all my letters went unanswered.

I filed a private case under P.C-PNDT act in November 2008. In January 2009, the appropriate authority also filed a case against Jaipur Golden Hospital. Now both cases are pending in the court. Dr Kiran Walia, minister for health and family welfare, had the case reopened once she came into power. She also saw to it that the CDMO handling my case is changed. I am thankful to her for the support she has given me.

I am still facing harassment from all quarters to withdraw my cases. Every authority, be it in the police, the judiciary, or the hospital where I was working, are trying to force me to withdraw my cases. It was due to this harassment and certain threats that I had to leave my job recently.

Even a High Court Judge has suggested that I should try to reconcile with my husband. When asked what he meant by reconciling, he said that I should try to live with my husband. I pointed out to him: ‘I and my daughters will be killed the day I move in with my husband.’ The judge said if I do not want to live with my husband I could divorce him through mutual consent. I said that I would do this if the Hindu divorce law was amended and enabled a man to divorce his wife if she fails to provide him a son. My mistake according to my husband and in-laws is only that I conceived daughters and refused to abort them. Now the court has taken cognizance against hospital, my in laws and husband suddenly want the custody of the children.

My daughters will be killed the day they go their grandparents. Please help me save my daughters.


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  1. Cauldron — on 23rd November, 2009 at 2:36 am  

    There is something deeply unpleasant about north Indian, especially Jat, cultural attitudes towards women that you don't find among south Indians. Women can freely walk the streets of Chennai or Bangalore without much general fear of molestation. The same isn't true in Delhi.

    I've often wondered what was the particular ingredient in north Indian history that was absent from south Indian history in shaping these misogynist cultural norms.

  2. sarah — on 23rd November, 2009 at 4:30 am  

    This is one of the saddest stories I've ever read. How can we help her?

  3. Rumbold — on 23rd November, 2009 at 4:49 am  

    Sarah:

    Well, the main thing we can do is to publicise the case more widely. The Indian authorities are already involved, but most of them have been pretty uncooperatvie.

  4. Ravi Naik — on 23rd November, 2009 at 5:25 am  

    There is something deeply unpleasant about north Indian, especially Jat, cultural attitudes towards women that you don't find among south Indians. Women can freely walk the streets of Chennai or Bangalore without much general fear of molestation. The same isn't true in Delhi.

    There are historical reasons why women in the North have less freedoms and are less educated than in the South. What is disturbing and all the more sinister is that this happens in a professional middle-class family.

  5. Binky — on 23rd November, 2009 at 6:10 am  

    Is this all a complicated dodge to get asylum in a civilised country?

    A couple of years ago there was a weird WOG CULTURE HORROR story in Pakistan – just one among so many – and the girls or wimmin involved ended up being accepted as asylum seekers in I think Italy and a Pakistani government minister said:

    “Now they have got what they really wanted, asylum in a Western country.”

  6. asquith — on 23rd November, 2009 at 11:24 am  

    You really are a fucking wile excuse for a human being, Binky.

  7. omnijam — on 23rd November, 2009 at 11:55 am  

    I think Binky has lost his way from a BNP blog. I'm confused as to where he gets his information from, too. Binky, do you have sources?

  8. Rumbold — on 23rd November, 2009 at 12:06 pm  

    Binky:

    Please, just read the story for once. Dr. Muti is not in any way asking for asylum, just that her story be publicised so that pressure builds on Indian authorities to help protect her daughters.

    Any more of this and you will be deleted on sight (and on site).

  9. A.C. — on 23rd November, 2009 at 3:12 pm  

    Have linked back to this Rumbold. Good blogging.

  10. MiriamBinder — on 23rd November, 2009 at 3:16 pm  

    I for one fully support the circulation of this story as wide as possible. It certainly seems that feet are being dragged.

    Does anyone know whether a postcard campaign has been organised? Surely one way of helping would be to inundate the relevant authorities with postcards and letters asking that they address this matter with the urgency it deserves.

  11. Binky — on 23rd November, 2009 at 11:03 pm  

    Omnijam demands sources on “ME REFUGEE!”asylum-seeking dodges.

    START HERE:
    http://www.meforum.org/2107/europe-shifting-imm

    But that's just the start. Omnijam could probably spend a day or two compiling a list of splendid asylum tales from the Anglosphere and all of Western Europe [they have harder hearts in no-nonsense Japan and Korea.]

    As for the sufferings of Dr Mitu, she might consider moving to another part of India like Kerala or the North-East – doctors are ALWAYS needed there – where girls are respected far more than in some parts of India.

    To be honest, I don't consider Dr Mitu's marital woes my business nor would I expect her to consider mine to be hers, not that I have many beyond being obliged to endure my spouse's ghastly taste in clothes.

  12. Rumbold — on 24th November, 2009 at 7:12 am  

    Thank you for the link and kind words A.C.

    Binky:

    Dr. Mitu can't just move away, as her daughters are still at risk. How hard is that to understand?

  13. persephone — on 24th November, 2009 at 7:59 am  

    “I've often wondered what was the particular ingredient in north Indian history that was absent from south Indian history in shaping these misogynist cultural norms”

    Studies were done on this – the findings:

    In South India, a combination of the old Aryan law of the land (which excluded the 'backward' class) was replaced in the 50's by land reforms which re-balanced inequalities, an educational revolution that led to 91% literacy which improved employment prospects (overseas) in sectors other than traditional agrarian.

    As to North India, changes in the technology and economic organization of agriculture have had far-reaching effects on women's role in agricultural production, gender relations and female status. Boserup's publication Woman's Role in Economic Development (1970) delineated the negative effects that colonialism and the penetration of capitalism into subsistence economies has had on women. Statistical trends affecting the lives of Indian women under capitalist development reveals: a declining adverse sex ratio; a declining proportion of women in industrial categories; a drastic decline of women in secondary sectors (industry, trade, and commerce); a decline in the number of female cultivators; and a lower rate of proletarianization (i.e. absorption into the work force) for women than for men and, hence, greater pauperization. See also: Womens role in agricultural production in North India by Miriam Sharma.

  14. Dr Mitu Khurana — on 24th November, 2009 at 8:58 am  

    thanks all of you for the support. i am afraid for my daughters life. this claim for custody has been put after four years, when the court took cognizance against the hospital involved in doing sex detrmination. they are trying to force me to withdraw my cases, and this is the latest blow. i need help to save my daughters.

  15. MiriamBinder — on 24th November, 2009 at 12:02 pm  

    What would you like us to do Dr Khurana? Do you think a letter/postcard campaign would help?

  16. douglas clark — on 25th November, 2009 at 8:36 am  

    I'd also like to know what we could do to help. If it is in anyway useful, I'd have thought that an Indian doctor was easily employed in the UK, and if it was at all helpful, some of the nicer commentators on here would speak up for you as character witnesses.

  17. douglas clark — on 26th November, 2009 at 10:47 pm  

    Binky,

    Did you leave your humanity at the front door, or summat?

    A woman and her child?

    I'd happily sponsor her, if I knew how to do it.

    And I don't give a fuck for the BNP.

  18. Cauldron — on 27th November, 2009 at 12:28 am  

    Hmm, persephone, I think the study you cite is Marxist bollocks.

    How on earth can disparities in the treatment of women within a single country be blamed on capitalism? Is north India somehow more capitalist than south India? Hardly.

    Surely history, religion and other cultural factors have more impact on the treatment of women than a nation's system of production? But I suppose it is too much to expect a Marxist from the 1970s to see the world through any other prism.

  19. douglas clark — on 27th November, 2009 at 1:57 am  

    Hmm… There ought to be a debate around here about the new policy.

    It is quite clear that Sunny is now applying an American concept of free speech. I applaud that. I have never felt threatened on any American web site even when I was wrong. You've got to love freedom of speech.

    No, Really you do.

    But how does that work here? It is not as clear as it is in America. Your right to say stuff is probably quite restricted, if you think about it,

  20. douglas clark — on 27th November, 2009 at 2:09 am  

    Cauldron,

    What do you think we should do?

  21. Jai — on 27th November, 2009 at 3:05 am  

    Any more of this and you will be deleted on sight (and on site).

    Rumbold,

    I suggest that “Binky's” facility to continue participating on this blog is permanently terminated with immediate effect. He has ignored your warning and, along with his repeated referencing of the white supremacist “American Renaissance” website on previous occasions, he is now also using articles from the BNP's website to support his racist agenda.

    And he is doing this on a thread where Dr Khurana herself is a participant, with absolutely no consideration for sensitivity or basic human decency towards her.

    Pull the plug.

  22. Rumbold — on 27th November, 2009 at 3:21 am  

    Yes, I think you are right Jai.

  23. douglas clark — on 27th November, 2009 at 3:29 am  

    Binky baby, You mean you are an ex pat? Well, of course that would explain a lot. ETHNONYM. Needs explanation for an ignoramous like me. You seem to hate your ex husband much as I dislike my I ex wife. Your somewhat sad and personal revelations don't, in fact, excuse your racism. I have huge reservations about women, generally. I think that I have been betrayed quite often, though others would say it was not betrayal exactly, it was nearer realism. They may be right. But the point is that, nasty man as I may be, I give no ground whatsoever on racism. Which, In think, is your current metaphor.

    And I am quite genuine in what I offered.

    Would someone explain to me what I'd need to do?

  24. douglas clark — on 27th November, 2009 at 4:10 am  

    Rumbold,

    I do not agree with you.

    Usually, you and I could defeat the likes of Binky standing on our heads. And if we didn't, there is an entirely capable community here that will do that anyway. They are called commentators, and they have a viscious and barbed wit.

    We do not require censorship. What we need is brutal replys.

  25. Rumbold — on 27th November, 2009 at 4:21 am  

    Douglas:

    Binky isn't interested in debate though. He just parrots racist slogans. At least Reza, for all his faults, tries to make arguments.

  26. Binky — on 27th November, 2009 at 4:52 am  

    The problem with what Rumbold just said is that, although he is an entertaining and interesting writer, Reza's facts are often wildly and bizarrely wrong, suggesting that he has never set foot in India, Pakistan, Nepal or Sri Lanka, while my facts are usually accurate.

    My prejudices are earned and not based on skin colour.

    Concerning mass Third World immigration, I would mildly point out that both India and Pakistan have stringent immigration policies. Which is why the poor wretched Muslim Biharis are still stuck in Bangladesh nearly four decades after Bangldeshi independence in spite of their fervent desire to resttle in Pakistan.

  27. douglas clark — on 27th November, 2009 at 5:28 am  

    Binky,

    You talk shit.

    My prejudices are earned and not based on skin colour.

    I am, in some sort of alternate universe, saying to Rumbold, that we shouldn't ban you, for we need to take the complete utter pish out of people like you, just to feel good about ourselves,

    I do not know whether he is listening or not….

  28. Rumbold — on 27th November, 2009 at 6:23 am  

    Douglas:

    I am not going to ban him, but some of his more offensive posts will be deleted.

  29. douglas clark — on 27th November, 2009 at 6:35 am  

    Rumbold, Fair enough. I agree with the whole idea of freedom of speech and stuff like that. It does, however, give me a headache.

  30. Binky — on 27th November, 2009 at 7:26 am  

    The issue of immigrants / sojourners in India having arisen, this may be of interest. It is from an ungoodthinkful source but those interested can click on the links to Indian publications:

    http://blog.vdare.com/archives/2009/11/04/india

  31. Binky — on 27th November, 2009 at 7:32 am  

    Off-tpoic but of interest. US fat cats have figured how to slide Polish temporary workers into the USA:

    http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/articles/20

  32. Binky — on 27th November, 2009 at 7:43 am  

    OUTLOOK INDIA is a publication I never saw before, but it reads rather like the BNP website on the subject of Chinese workers in India:

    http://www.outlookindia.com/article.aspx?262533

    Note the startling disparity in wages [unless a decimal point slipped somewhere.]

  33. MiriamBinder — on 28th November, 2009 at 4:27 am  

    Good lord Binky … you don't half like flogging a dead horse. May I remind you that you yourself brought up the notion that Dr Khurana was considering immigrating with her daughters? Might I further point out that at no time has Dr Khurana indicated that she was either considering or willing to possibly consider immigration or asylum seeking? Might I also make the rather obvious point that appears to have escaped you in your self absorption that Dr Khurana is, despite being under immense pressure has actually tried to address the horrific situation she and her daughters find themselves in. And in so doing has shown a lot more dignity, humanity, emotional maturity, intelligence and … yes, it has to be said, sheer guts then you have.

    On those grounds alone, I would gladly welcome Dr Khurana and her daughters here and even more gladly if by welcoming those three here it means you will refrain from returning here.

  34. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 4:46 am  

    Dr Khurana and her daughters would be safer – and probably better off, too – in the U.K. than in Nagaland, certainly.

    But does she currently have custody of her daughters and is she at liberty to leave India with them?

    It is important to get a straight answer, because her in-laws sound a vile bunch who would probably try to get a court injunction to prevent the girls leaving the country.

    Since Hindu culture is one in which marriages are contracted on the dowry system and not the bride-price system, as in Arabia, it seems unfortunate that she married into this unpleasant clan in the first place but what's done is done and she has to put a significant distance between herself and her daughters on the one hand and her husband and her in-laws on the other. The sooner the better.

    They're obviously a superstitious and gullible bunch. Can't she get them ritually cursed at a Temple of Kali for a modest outlay?

  35. Rumbold — on 28th November, 2009 at 7:19 am  

    Binky:

    Dr. Khurana would like to point out that she is not interested in emmigration, and couldn't anyway given the pending case. All she wants is for her daughters to be safe. Have some compassion, for once.

  36. MiriamBinder — on 28th November, 2009 at 7:27 am  

    One would assume that given that the paternal family is NOW attempting to get custody that the girls are indeed in their mothers', namely Dr Khurana, custody. However to be aware of that fact would require reading the article which is a bit difficult when the blinkers are on.

  37. Binky — on 28th November, 2009 at 7:47 am  

    Ritual cursing seems the best course of action, then.

    Invoke the aid of the elephant-headed Ganesh, the only Hindu deity to make an appearance in the Rupert Annual.

  38. MiriamBinder — on 28th November, 2009 at 11:17 am  

    Ritual cursing doesn't work. I know because you are still posting crapola!

  39. persephone — on 28th November, 2009 at 4:10 pm  

    Its not one study but several by different authors.

    I have not ust mentioned production but other factors – read my comments.

    And for an example of how far reaching production can be, nearer to home, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Industrial_Revolution

  40. omnijam — on 6th December, 2009 at 12:56 pm  

    Hi Binky!

    I actually meant your sources for the Iranian homosexual asylum seeker “turning straight” story – I'd be really interested, as I work in the Asylum and Immigration Tribunal as an advocate. I'm sorry if my post was ambiguous, I didn't mean to comment on your “ME REFUGEE” line, which was just ignorant. This is clearly just a criminal case, so bringing in immigration law in any shape or form is irrelevant here.

    Obviously in my professional capacity I'd be happy to run an asylum claim (based on Particular Social Group) for Dr Khurana and her children if the Indian courts and authorities fail to protect her. I entirely support her in her correct first recourse to the criminal justice system and wish I could help.

  41. Rumbold — on 6th December, 2009 at 1:41 pm  

    Omnijam:

    That is a very kind offer. Mitu has a full custody hearing on 16th January for her daughters, so if anything was to happen, it would happen after that. Thanks again.

  42. Dr Mitu Khurana — on 7th April, 2010 at 8:02 am  

    To
    Mrs. Kiran Walia
    Honorable minister for health and family welfare
    New Delhi-58

    Respected madam,
    I had filed a complaint against my husband and in laws for cheating me into a sex determination test during my pregnancy. The enquiry was conducted by C.D.M.O (North West) and later by the team of doctors at Maulana Azad Medical College, New Delhi
    I would like to point out certain points
    I am one of the first complainant in whole of India under the act
    The enquiry done by C.D.M.O (North-West) has found that no form F was filled when the ultrasound was done on me by radiologist at Jaipur Golden Hospital, New Delhi. The law is very very clear on this aspect and says that- Person conducting ultrasonography on a pregnant women shall keep complete record thereof in the clinic/centre in Form – F and any deficiency or inaccuracy found therein shall amount to contravention of provisions of section 5 or section 6 of the Act, unless contrary is proved by the person conducting such ultrasonography, where section 5 and 6 relates to “5. Written consent of pregnant woman and prohibition of communicating the sex of fetus” and “Determination of sex prohibited ”respectively
    The enquiry conducted by team of doctors at M.A.M.C has added the facts that fetal ultrasound was never advised by the gynecologist, but still it was done.
    The enquiry committee at M.A.M.C has also mentioned the fact about the agreement wherein my husband has agreed that he will in future never force me for sex determination or sex selective abortion. (copy of agreement attached)
    The handbook on P.C-P.N.D.T act released by Gov. of India very clearly states- “In some cases women may themselves complain that they were forced to get the sex of the fetus determined. Then that woman’s statement can be recorded and she can also be called as a witness to depose about the doctor, the centre and the family members who forced her to get the test done.” In other words even if there is no documentary evidence the words of the women is enough to file a complaint in court.
    Despite all these evidences the Appropriate Authorities have stated that there is no direct/circumstantial evidence of sex determination, and the enquiry committee set up at M.A.M.C states that the Appropriate Authorities have done a very good and detailed investigation. They are giving a clear advantage to all the accused and ensuring that the court does not take cognizance in the case. My husband and in laws are getting advantage in all the cases because of the above said false lines. Madam, because of these false lines I am facing a lot of harassment, and because of all this harassment I may be forced to withdraw my complaints to save my daughters. If the government does not have power to undo a wrong statement given by its own personnel, and also government takes no action against them, while the complaint is again and again saying that she is facing lot of harassment because of these false statement, that in itself shows the dedication of the government in fighting the menace of female feticide.
    Madam as you probably know, my case has been mentioned even in the “2009 Human Rights Reports: India” released by U.S. department of state (http://www.state.gov/g/drl/rls/hrrpt/2009/sca/136087.htm). I have all documentary evidences of the harassment being faced by me after filling the case. First I was tortured by my husband and in laws, than by the authorities, and now by judiciary. I have been told very clearly (albeit verbally) that in case I do not agree to withdraw my complaints, the Honorable Judge will ensure that I will have to produce my little daughters (only 4 ½ years old) in every date in the court. If this is the condition of our government and judiciary, I am troubled beyond words, and to save my daughters from harassment, may be forced to withdraw my complaint if nothing is done to rectify the wrong statements given in the enquiry report, quick justice is ensured.
    Thanking you in anticipation
    A frustrated mother
    Dated-30/3/10
    (Dr Mitu Khurana Nee Khosla)
    Cc-
    1. Smt Pratibha Patil, President of India, Fax No- 011-23917920, 011-23917824
    2. Sri Mohammed Hamid Ansari , Vice President Of India, Fax No- 011-23018124, 23012645
    3. Dr Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister of India, Fax No- 011-23019334
    4. Smt Meira Kumar, Honorable Speaker Lok Sabha , Fax No- 011-23016212
    5. Sri Ghulam Nabi Azad, Honorable Minister for Health and Family Welfare- 011-23062358
    6. Sri Veerappa Moily, Honorable Minister for Law and Justice, Fax No- 011-23384241
    7. Sri Mukul Wasnik, Honorable Minister for Social Justice and Empowerment Fax No- 011-23381902
    8. Smt Krishna Tirath, Honorable Minister for Women And Child Development, Fax No- 011-23074054
    http://mitukhurana.wordpress.com/
    Dr Mitu Khurana

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