Kanpur shelter girls evaluation -ve for HIV, Hepatitis-C | Kanpur News


KANPUR: Both little girls of Swarupnagar Shelter Home at Kanpur, who’d been discovered HIV and Hepatitis-C confident in a preliminary screening, tested negative to both viruses at a confirmatory evaluation at a city lab.
Confirming the accounts, district probationary officer Ajit Kumar explained:”Both had undergone evaluations necessary for HIV and Hepatitis C and their report is unfavorable.”
Though he did not elaborate further, sources in LLR Hospital’s maternity wing stated that the 2 girls were found positive for HIV and Hepatitis-C at a preliminary screening during kit when they had been attracted from the shelter residence after being discovered infected with coronavirus.
“Mature hospital police, afterwards, delivered their samples into a neighborhood microbiology laboratory for Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) verification evaluation, where they had been found negative for HIV and Hepatitis C,” they stated.
On Sunday,shield home superintendent Mithilesh Pal had told colleagues that two minorsout of 57 offenders who’d tested positive for Covid-19, had examined posative for both HIV and Hepatitis-C respectively. Five from 57 Covid-19 favorable offenders, such as both of these women, were pregnant. They’re all rape survivors, who’d been attracted to the shelter home beneath the Pocso Act.
Meanwhile, the district law officer lodged an FIR against unidentified individuals for supposedly circulating false information regarding the government shield house where 57 offenders, for example five pregnant minors, besides a single employees, tested positive for Covid-19 weekly.
According to the FIR, false information concerning the shield home has been circulated on several different platforms, such as social media and information stations, as well as the identities of these offenders have been disclosed. The five pregnant women are victims of sexual offenses.
The case has been registered in the Swarupnagar police station under applicable sections of the IPC, such as 228-A (disclosure of identity of the victim of particular offences etc), 505 (announcements conducing to people mischief) and 188 (disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant).
The authorities Also Have analyzed the Epidemic Diseases Act, the Disaster Management Act, and the Juvenile Justice (Care and Protection of Children) Act.
Investigating officer Amar Singh explained an investigation to the district Probation officer complaint was initiated. “We’re collecting evidence to pinpoint whoever circulated false information,” he added.


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