Maharashtra: Government servants, netas likely used Solapur clinic for abortion, reveals investigation
Tejas Gandhi and his wife Priti were held for conducting gender-selective abortions
by Dhaval Kulkarni and Vallabh Ozarkar
Sep 3, 2017
Last week, the Solapur police had arrested Tejas Gandhi, 43, and his wife Priti, 41, who ran the Siya Maternity and Surgical Home in Akluj for allegedly conducting sex determination and gender-selective abortions.
Investigations in the Solapur female foeticide case have now revealed that government servants and candidates wanting to contest the local body elections may have used the services of the arrested doctor couple at Akluj to abort their unborn children. Government servants can avail of dependent benefits for only up to two children. For those who want to contest polls or have been elected to institutions like gram panchayats, panchayat samitis, zilla parishads and municipal bodies, the nominations and elections of those with over two children are liable to be set aside.
Continued at source: Daily News & Analysis: http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-babus-netas-likely-used-solapur-clinic-to-abort-2542557