The state government will raise the baby girl found inside a wooden box floating on the Ganga in Ghazipur, and the boatman who saved her will be awarded, according to Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
Inside the box, which also included an image of Goddess Durga, a horoscope, and incense sticks, the baby girl was wrapped in a piece of linen.
"The boatman who saved the life of a newborn girl "Ganga" found in a box floating on the waves of Mother Ganga in Ghazipur has presented a unique example of humanity," Adityanath's tweet, roughly translated from Hindi, read. "As a token of gratitude, the boatman will receive benefits from all eligible government. @UPGovt will make all arrangements for the upbringing of the newborn girl," Adityanath said.
According to police, Gullu Chaudhary a local boatman was at the Dadrighat on Tuesday evening when he discovered a baby girl alive in a box floating on the Ganga, according to news agency PTI. Inside the box, the baby girl was wrapped in a piece of cloth and a letter proclaiming her to be the "daughter of the Ganga." A photo of Goddess Durga, a horoscope, and incense sticks was also included in the package.
Chaudhary brought the newborn girl home after discovering her in the Ganga. According to PTI, the police then had the child admitted to the district hospital. Chaudhary has stated that he intends to raise the child himself.
Mangala Prasad Singh, the district magistrate, and other authorities paid a visit to the hospital to inquire about the baby girl's condition. Singh praised Chaudhary for saving the girl's life and instructed officials to give him a new boat.
source- Hindustan times
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