HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
NEPALGUNJ: One day after differently-abled Fulrani Tharu of Magragadi, Bardiya, gave birth to girl child at Nepalgunj Medical College, she was told that the baby had died.
As the pain of losing her child was unbearable, she wailed for many days at her home, till the police today broke the miracle news that their baby was alive.
On hearing the good news, the joy of the couple Fulrani and her husband Naresh – who are both differently-abled – knew no bounds. With much difficulty, they arrived at Nepalgunj Medical College.
Of course, the couple breathed a huge sigh of relief when they saw their first baby playing at NISU section in the hospital.
On April 9, following the labour pain, Fulrani was admitted to the hospital, where she had given natural birth to the child. As the new born was underweight, the ba-by was kept in NISU whe-reas mother was dischar-ged from the hospital.
The trouble started after Bal Bahadur, Fulrani’s father-in-law, took her home thinking that the new born had died.
Bal Bahadur, who turned up at the hospital, said that he was elated seeing his granddaughter alive.
Bahadur said he and his daughter-in-law had left for home after the doctor asked him to do so. Bahadur is bringing up his differently-abled son and daughter-in-law.