CM sanctions Rs 5 lakh for quintuplets
Srinagar, May 11: Chief Minister Omar Abdullah has sanctioned Rs 5 lakh for the five new born babies of Afroza of Larkipora, Budgam who gave birth to quintuplets at Lal Ded Hospital here Thursday. The amount will be placed in fixed deposit @ Rs one lakh each for the five babies.
Afroza gave birth to five babies - three boys and two girls - after undergoing a caesarean at LD hospital.
This is the second delivery for Afroza who has suffered two miscarriages between after the delivery of her first child - a boy - few years ago.
The Chief Minister also directed Minister of State for Health, Javaid Ahmed Dar to visit Lal Ded Hospital and enquire about the health of mother and the babies.
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