Zhenping, China, which posted photos online, and showed pictures of bloody dead baby, the mother allegedly forced to terminate her pregnancy at the age of 7 months womb has caused a stir in China.
Human rights groups say authorities in Shaanxi province, China, forcing the mother to abort her pregnancy Feng Jianmei on June 2 because he can not afford to pay 40,000 yuan (about USD 59 million) as a reward has been exceeded “one child” to control the population.
Authorities in the region Zhenping, where the abortion took place, said that Feng had approved the abortion procedure. But the AFP, a source said Feng and her husband had opposed abortion.
Interviewees who did not want to be named, also confirmed the authenticity of the photographs are posted online, showing Feng in the bed next to her baby’s body full of blood stains.
Internet users in China are upset expressed doubt that Feng had agreed to an abortion and that the state media condemned the procedure.
“Who would put a bloody baby in his mother’s side? This is what they call made by the Japanese and Nazi evil. But this happens in a real and does not mean that only one case. They should be executed,” posts one of China’s Internet users in the news postal Netease.com.
Other users posting on popular forum clubkdnet.net, said the system of family planning (FP) China has let the ‘murder’ for years on behalf of national policy.
“What’s wrong with people?” he added.
China has implemented a policy of family planning pengendalikan ‘one child’ since the late 1970s in an effort to control the population that has grown to 1.3 billion people, the largest in the world.
Under the policy, urban families are generally allowed to have one child, while rural families can give birth to two children if the first female child.
“The story shows how Feng Jianmei’s one-child policy continues to be violence against women every day,” said Chai Ling, head of rights group All Girls Allowed is based in the United States.
China’s official media have also condemned this case, but said the controversial family planning policy must continue.
Officials at hospitals in the area Zhenping, where abortion is thought to occur, repeatedly declined to comment when contacted by AFP
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