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Uploaded on Oct 20, 2011

A number of newborns and babies from hospitals reportedly go missing in big cities of Pakistan including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, and Quetta every year.
Missing babies rose 20 per cent in 2010 from a year earlier. Even scarier is the fact that there is a huge discrepancy between those reported to the police and those reported to neighbourhood mosques. Eighty per cent of the missing babies boys.
Normally, a case is reported to the police after 48 hours, because most families first search for the child on their own. The reason for a low rate of recovery is due to the lack of awareness in parents and families whose child has gone missing. They become preys of fake aamils and pirs who make them run in different directions because of their calculations based on fake istikharas and aamlaat. In many cases when the police calls these pirs to police stations, they vanish quickly.
A majority of the cases reported to police are lodged in the roznamcha (the daily police register). As a result, they fall into non-cognisable (NC) offences. All the cases logged in the roznamcha are called NC reports and are referred to as 'kachchi FIR.
No Investigation Officer is appointed and no action is taken, unless and until the case's FIR is registered under a cognisable offence. This gives the police an excuse to not take action on the case. All they do is advise the parents to keep searching on their own.
A proper or 'pucca' FIR is not lodged unless the family tells the police that an unknown person has kidnapped their child for unknown reasons, after which the investigation officer carries proper investigation. A survey has revealed that 3,090 children reportedly went missing in Karachi in the year 2010.
Last year, Karachi Police have booked a nurse for allegedly kidnapping of a newborn baby from the limit of New Karachi Police limits. The incident took place at Sindh Government Hospital (SGH). The victim family resident of Sector 11/E, New Karachi.
A newborn abducted from the nursery department of Lahore General Hospital last year, was found on the hospital premises five hours after the incident. A source said a hospital employee found the newborn baby girl crying on the floor outside the Gynae Block and informed the administration.
Shahzadi, a resident of Kamahan village, gave birth to a girl five days ago at the hospital and the newborn was shifted to the nursery for further care. The source said, a woman `kidnapped` the newborn. Parents and relatives of the baby lodged a protest against the hospital administration as well as on-duty doctors and other staff, holding them responsible for the incident. Written By Aziz Sanghur

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