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Bengal: Woman accused of selling her son for Rs 1.50 lakh, confesses her act

According to the information, local businessman Vinod Aggarwal bought the child. In return, the businessman had also handed over Rs 1.50 lakh to the woman. On the other hand, as soon as this information was received, there was a stir in the village. A mediation meeting was held in the village. The meeting was presided over by Bengal’s Trinamool leader Dronacharya Banerjee. It is alleged that he returned the newborn baby from the businessman to the housewife. But the allegation is also that Dronacharya forcibly took Rs 1.5 lakh from the woman. Later, when a mediation meeting was held in the village, he returned Rs 1.20 thousand to the businessman who had bought the child. But he did not give the remaining Rs 30 thousand. Trinamool leader Dronacharya claimed that he only wanted to stop the sale of children. Don’t know anything about money. On the other hand, the housewife has also admitted to selling the newborn. Due to financial constraints he was forced to do this work. However, Vinod Aggarwal is maintaining silence about this.


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