Nagpur: Putting the very maternal instincts to shame, a mother had sold her own two-month-old son to a person for Rs 25,000/-. After nearly two months, the mother comes to Panchpaoli Police Station to lodge a missing report on May 10, 2016.
However, the cops of Panchpaoli Police Station got a wind of the entire episode. The cops of Panchpaoli Police Station had gone to Jooni Mangalwari area to arrest the person who had purchased the girl and to retrieve the infant boy.
According to reliable sources, the accused mother identified as Sharda Mayur Badh aged 40 years old and a resident of Naik Talab area had gone to Panchpaoli Police Station to lodge a complaint of missing child. The husband of the accused Sharda Badh is a person who undertakes plastering work of walls. Sources claimed that the accused mother had claimed that she had gone to District Court to get some documents made when someone stole her two-month-old baby boy.
However, when the cops of Panchpaoli Police Station smelled some rat, they subjected her to intense questioning. During the questioning, she spilled the beans.
During the investigation it came to fore that the accused mother had sold the baby boy to one couple identified as Dhanrai Kishan and his wife for a sum of Rs 25,000/-. However, it is interesting to note that the accused mother had sold the baby boy to the couple with a Court Affidavit on Stamp Paper saying that she is poor and is unable to raise the child so is giving the baby for adoption.
When the husband of Sharda started asking her about their baby boy, she enacted the drama of lodging a police complaint.
The cops of Panchpaoli Police Station led by In-Charge of Panchpaoli Police Station Senior Police Inspector Bahadure, Major Kachore, Constable Rakesh Tiwari retrieved the baby boy from Jooni Mangalwari Takli area within an hour. The cops had taken action under Operation Muskan. The cops have arrested the accused mother and the lady who had allegedly purchased the baby boy.
Till the time of filing the report the cops of Panchpaoli Police Station were still registering the case.