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Tribal girls found pregnant residential school in Odisha

During the proceedings of the House on Monday in the Odisha Assembly, members of the Congress Party fiercely raged.  The Congress members raised slogans against the government after finding the pregnant women of tribal girls in …





During the proceedings of the House on Monday in the Odisha Assembly, members of the Congress Party fiercely raged.  The Congress members raised slogans against the government after finding the pregnant women of tribal girls in a government-run SC-ST residential school in Bhubaneswar.  The proceedings of the House were adjourned for 10 minutes due to the turmoil.

 Raising the issue in the Assembly, Congress Legislative Party leader Narasimha Mishra appealed to President Surya Narayan Patra that he should ensure the unbiased investigation of the incident with Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik.  Mishra said that after the completion of the investigation, its report should be submitted in the house till July 12.  The Congress leader said that if such an incident was in cities like Delhi or Mumbai, then it would be discussed in all the countries.  The girls have been sent back to their house and the officials are engaged in trying to suppress this matter.



 Congress demands fair inquiry
 At the same time, the first medical report that came out in this case revealed the conception of four girls.  But surprisingly, other reports of three of those four girls have been negative, in which they have not proven pregnant.  That is why the Congress leader appealed the fair investigation of the matter.

 BJP also seeks response from CM
 In addition to the Congress, BJP Legislative Party's Deputy Vishnu Charan Sethi also demanded the Chief Minister's response on this issue.  He alleged that only 117 cases of tribal girls have been detected in the state's hostels.  After this, Chairman Patra asked the minister to give a statement in the House on this issue.

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