Every child needs a mother that would take good care on him or her. A child is born by someone he can call his mother. And no child has ever wanted to be born without a mother.
But what if you would lose your mother at an early age? Would you be able to feel the real pain without a mother?
That’s what happened to an Indian toddler who was spotted drinking milk from her dead mother’s body, but he was just completely unaware of it.
Police were informed about the dead body near train tracks in Damoh District, Madhya Pradesh, India. But when they arrived, they saw a crowd surrounding a woman and her crying 17-month-old baby.
“We saw a woman lying near the railway track and informed the police. But when we got closer we spotted a child next to her, crying and drinking her milk. It brought tears to our eyes.” -witness Monu Balmiki, 27.
According to the head constable of the Government Railway Police, Officer Nand Ram, “The toddler was crying for his mother and on receiving no response from her; he held her and started drinking milk from her. We were shocked to see it, it was very sad. The woman was lying dead while the child was sitting next to her scratch less.”
”This was something we have never seen before. It was quite emotional for us all.”
The toddler was then taken to a nearby hospital for check-up and was found to be in good health.
Mr. Balmiki added that an investigation is going on to determine the woman’s cause of death. And an accident is suspected because the woman is bleeding from her nose and ears.
They are trying to locate the home address and dig some information about the woman, so her family could be informed.
Arrangements are made to take the child to an orphanage once his family are found. According to the spokesman of the hospital, the child was brought to them, and they immediately had a physical examination on him.
The child was suffering from a cold but has already given medication and has no other complications and they said, they’ll make sure he is taken cared well. They also added that the arrangements are made to take the boy to an orphanage until his family are found and informed.
SOURCE: DAILY MAIL