With inputs from Mehtab Uddin Ahmed, Dhubri story filed by Lipika Roy
DHUBRI: A woman in Assam's Dhubri district gave birth to a baby without a urinal tube.
The birth of the 'Specially abled' newborn baby was reported from Baghmara village in Gauripur under Dhubri district on September 25.
The baby was born with a normal delivery at a government hospital in Gauripur and the baby has been perfectly healthy since birth.
It has been found that the baby does not have a normal urinary tract.
Shah Alam Mondal, the father of the baby who had spent his days waiting and feeding his family while working as a daily wage labourer, is now in serious trouble due to the situation of his first child.
Better treatment is urgently required to save the child's life. However, the poor family lacks the necessary funds for the treatment of the baby.
Alam's family is now in a state of shock as Alam does not have enough money for the medical and related care of his child.
Alam had already visited Barpeta Medical College and Guwahati Medical College Hospital (GMCH) in search of better treatment for his newborn child, but no solution had been found.
Therefore the family has requested the state Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma to assist them by providing the necessary measures for better treatment of their 'Specially abled' newborn baby.
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