All Mother Teresa care homes to be inspected after baby selling scandal

Pauline Gross
July 18, 2018

A nun, identified as Sister Koncilia, and a staff member, Anima Indwar, were arrested in connection with trafficking.

Rupa Verma, chairperson of an organization run by the state government for children's welfare, said Indwar took the child away when the couple arrived.

"Though we do condemn the incident of child selling, the institution is being deliberately targeted for a fault of one of its employees", she said at CPI (M)'s state headquarters in Ranchi.

The third of the four children allegedly "sold" by the shelter home was rescued by the police from Simdega on Wednesday and was returned over to his adoptive parents the next day. "We are working to verify them".

Women and Child Development Minister Maneka Gandhi said in a statement on Monday she had also instructed states to ensure that all childcare institutions be registered and linked to the federal adoption authority within the next one month.

Since then some 2,300 childcare institutions have been linked to the Central Adoption Resource Authority and about 4,000 are still pending, according to the government.

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INDIAN authorities are searching Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity facilities for evidence of baby trafficking.

Theodore Mascarenhas, general secretary of The Catholic Bishop Conference of India, however, refuted the police's claim and told MoC lawyer that the sister's statement was taken "under pressure" during interrogation by the police.

Illegal adoption is big business in India, with more than 100,000 children reported missing each year, the government said. Kumar explained that even when the order did process adoptions, it never accepted money for them.

The order she founded expanded internationally and went on to become best known for its care of the sick and dying, particularly with facilities such as the Home for the Dying Destitutes in Kolkata, in eastern India.

Teresa, who died in 1997, was recognized by the Vatican as a saint in 2016.

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