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Crime Patrol: Gujarat mother gives up abducted son to adoptive mother (Episode 227, 228 on 29th, 30th March 2013)

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The Inside Story

Surat Woman Allows Mumbai Woman To Adopt Kidnapped Son

After a two-year search, the Surat police found Jignesh, the kidnapped son of Shital Rajput, in the custody of a woman in Mumbai. Rajput, who was moved by the woman's plight, decided to let the woman adopt Jignesh, who is now four years old. Aarti Tanawade, who lost her only son to an illness in 1996, runs a tiffin and catering service in Jogeshwari.

"A woman can understand the separation of a mother and son better. Aarti has taken extremely good care of Jignesh, who has also bonded well with her. I don't want Aarti to undergo the same trauma as mine," Shital told TOI. Jignesh has only one functional kidney, and Aarti had spent a hefty sum on his treatment. "I was aware of his illness when Jignesh was first brought to me, and I will continue his treatment just like my son," Aarti said.

The Rajputs and Aarti have already started the legal process of adoption. "I am hopeful that there will be no legal hiccups and I would get back Jignesh," Aarti said. City police brought Aarti along when they retrieved Jignesh on January 26. The child was found following the arrest of a woman, Rekha Solanki, who had kidnapped Jignesh from his house in Mahidharpura.

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