Pinky, the first woman detained under the Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance 2020, did not suffer a miscarriage.
A 22-year-old Hindu woman named, Pinky said that she was torched and thrashed by her family. She suffered from stomach pain and later admitted to a hospital where she was administered an injection.
The Child Protection Commission Chairman Dr. Vishesh Gupta said that Pinki, who is three-months pregnant, did not suffer a miscarriage. He denied the reports and instructed the DPO director, Moradabad, to get the woman medically tested to know if she has been forced into abortion. The medical report clearly says that she is three-months pregnant.
The Moradabad district Probation Officer Rajesh Chandra Gupta said that the woman, who is currently in a women's protection home, complained of a severe stomachache. She was taken to Mahila District Hospital and admitted. She was discharged at around 11 AM on Dec. 13 but readmitted at 2 PM after she complained of stomachache again. Furthermore, Ajay Gautam, the inspector of the Kaanth police station, said that her statement had been recorded on Dec. 14. However, he denied the reports of miscarriage and described it as a rumor and fake news.