‘30,000 women got uterus removed to escape wage loss’: Congress leader

Raut informed Thackeray that there are around 30,000 poor women who underwent a hysterectomy, a surgery to remove a woman’s uterus, as they could not work during their menstrual cycle and were not getting paid.
Congress leader Nitin Raut. (Photo @NitinRaut_INC)
Congress leader Nitin Raut. (Photo @NitinRaut_INC)
Updated on Dec 25, 2019 09:40 PM IST
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Nagpur | ByAsian News International

Nitin Raut, who is chairman of the AICC’s scheduled caste department on Wednesday, wrote a letter to Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray urging him to take some significant steps to help the women working in the sugarcane fields of the state.

Raut informed Thackeray that there are around 30,000 poor women who underwent a hysterectomy, a surgery to remove a woman’s uterus, as they could not work during their menstrual cycle and were not getting paid.

The Congress leader urged the Maharashtra Chief Minister to take requisite measures so that women do not land in a situation where they put their lives at risk to earn a livelihood.

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