A newborn baby was found in a bush in Hetaunda’s Huprachaur. Locals informed the police after hearing the baby crying.
A child with a salnal was thrown into the bush, causing minor injuries to the child’s legs and arms. The newborn baby, who was rescued by the police and taken to the hospital, is being cared for by Manavseva Ashram and is being treated.
According to Isha Thapa, Coordinator of Manavseva Ashram Makwanpur, the condition of the infant being treated at Hetaunda Hospital is normal.
It is not yet known who brought the child and threw it on the street. Deputy Superintendent of Police of District Police Office Makwanpur Rudra Parajuli said that an investigation is underway in this regard. Manav Seva Ashram and Ani Choing Dolma Foundation have conducted a special campaign from October 27th to November 4th with the basic slogan of ‘no one should sit on the streets during this year’s festival’.
The campaign has been conducted to rescue destitute, disabled, helpless, orphans, parentless, mentally and physically weak street dependents, from family reunions to celebrating festivals like Dasain, Tihar, Chhath with them,” she said.
Manav Seva Ashram central president Ramji Adhikari said that the campaign was conducted targeting 46 districts connected with the east-west highway from East Mechi to West Mahakali and some districts of Bagmati and Gandaki provinces. According to him, 292 people of different age groups have been rescued so far.