Women forced to remove womb in Maharashtra's Beed, here's why

16 Apr 2019 09:24 AM

Women forced to remove womb in Maharashtra's Beed, here's why

Updated 16 Apr 2019 09:24 AM

An heart-wrenching  story from Marathwada area of Maharashtra will leave you upset during the Lok Sabha Elections where politicians are busy thumping chests for their ‘marvellous’ work and some leaders are trying to lure through hollow promises.

The areas like Beed, Latur already suffer from drought and the stories of farmers’ suicide have become headlines several times so much so that politicians have stopped bothering about it.

From Beed, ABP News’ reporter Ganesh Thakur brings you the story of women who have to remove their womb or uterus because of their continuous work.

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