In today’s time, the first birth certificate of a child is produced, but the birth certificate is not being made for the child born in a recent flight. The baby was born on a flight from Bangalore to Jaipur, when her mother suffered childbirth, a female doctor present in the flight delivered with the help of other members.
The family of a child born in the sky on Indigo flight on March 17 last month is unable to get her birth certificate. The 22-day-old child was born on a flight from Bangalore to Jaipur.
In fact, Bhairon Singh, a resident of Jaliya Roopwas village in Ajmer district, lives with his wife Lalita in Bangalore. On March 16, Bhairusinh received information that his father’s health was very bad in the village. On this, he booked an Tatkal ticket for Indigo Airlines to reach Jaipur. At the same time, the woman had an eight-month pregnancy in her stomach, they sat in the flight to come to Jaipur. But Lalita started suffering in the flight itself. A female doctor traveling with her performed the delivery with the help of crew members.
On reaching Jaipur, Lalita and her child were shown in the hospital, where they were told to be completely healthy and they went to the village. The pain of Bhairusinh nearing the eighth grade is that he wants to get his child’s birth certificate. But from the sarpanch of the village to the officials of the district administration, when the child was not born here, how can we make a certificate.