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 now a days the ratio of girls and boys has been decreasing. this is due to killing of  baby girl child in mothers womb without giving the chance to baby girl to see the  outer world. even though we are moderned our mind in this aspect is not changed. so many people are thinking that girls are burden to them. if she comes outside they are throwing that baby girl into garbage bins, bushes. we all should eradicate this and increase females ratio. thank you.
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Female foeticide and infanticide is not the only issues with a girl child in India. At every stage of life she is discriminated and neglected for basic nutrition, education and living standard. When she was in the womb, she was forced to miss the moment when she was supposed to enter the world. At the time of birth her relatives pulled her back and don't let her see the outside world. 
    During childhood, her brother was loaded with new shoes, dresses and books to learn while she was gifted a broom, a wiper and lots of tears. In her teenage, she missed tasty delicious food to eat and got only the crumbs. During her college days, she was forced to get married, a stage where illiteracy, lack of education resulted in high fertility rate, aggravating the condition of females in the country. Again if this female gives birth to a girl child, the journey begins once again. She missed all roses of life.

The nation of mothers still follows a culture where people idolizes son and mourns daughters. Abortion rates are increasing in almost 80% of the India states, mainly Punjab and Haryana. These two states have the highest number of abortions every year. If the practice continues, then no longer a day will come when Mother India will have no mothers, potentially, no life. 

We all are proud citizens of India. The need of hour is to realize our responsibilities and give a halt to this evil crime. A determined drive can initiate a spark to light the lamp and show the world that we all are part of the great Mother India.