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    Female Genital Mutilation Is A Reality In India

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    February 25, 2017

    By Sanchari Pal

    What is the first thing you know about Female Genital Mutilation?

    We Indians tend to believe that it a heinous activity that goes on in Africa and Islamic nations but our own country is free of it. Our government too thinks the same.

    This might come as a huge shock to you but Female Genital Mutilation is a reality in India. Indian government has no data on FMG because on paper, they believe that India is free of FMG.

    Our latest video talks about Female Genital Mutilation in India and how it has changed the atmosphere of a cosmopolitan city like Mumbai.

    Mumbai is the hub of Female Genital Mutilation in our country. In the back lanes of this city that is so popular for being the most secure country for women, FGM has several victim.

    The acts is conducted by previous victims on young girls or women. They believe it is a part of their culture.

    FGM makes no difference to the libido of the woman but this shameful act still happens.

    Strict measures need to be taken to prevent the spread of this act and to provide its victims with necessary relief.


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