UP govt to bear all expense of child 'Ganga' found in the Ganga river

Lucknow: An innocent 21-day-old girl found flowing in a wooden box in the River Ganga in Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh will be brought up by the Uttar Pradesh government. CM Yogi Adityanath took cognizance of the incident and said that the state government will bear the entire cost of rearing the newborn girl 'Ganga'.

 

He has directed the authorities to follow the newborn well at government expense in the children's home. The concerned departments including DM should extend full help. CM Yogi has also directed the sailor who saved the newborn to provide all government assistance including government accommodation immediately. The case is of Dadri Ghat in Ghazipur Sadar Kotwali area. The sailor heard a child crying. When he saw, a wooden box appeared to be flowing into the river. The sailor pulled the box out of the river and opened it and found a newborn baby wrapped in chunari.

The box had pictures of gods and goddesses on it. It also contained the horoscope of the girl, in which her name was Ganga. The sailor took the baby to his house. Her family wanted to raise the baby, but locals reported the matter to the police. Police took the girl to Asha Jyoti Centre.

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