Abandon Baby

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  • Topic: Criminal Investigation Department, Morality, Royal Malaysian Police
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  • Published : April 2, 2012
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The abandoned of babies issue is a social disease of our society that lack of humanity values. This problem should not happen in our country which is opposite from our cultural and religious values. Abandonment cases are viewed as a social disease that will shackle our country from being a caring society as the fourth of the nine of Vision 2020 challenge to establishing a fully moral and ethical society, whose citizens are strong in religious and spiritual values and imbued with the highest of ethical standards. Most young generations cannot make out and consider what the good and bad things are. It could get rid the moral values in each young generation.

The statistics released by Polis Diraja Malaysia (PDRM) regarding the cases of abandon babies in our country since 2005 until January this year was very surprising. Datuk Seri Mohd. Bakri Mohd. Zinin the Director of Criminal Investigation Department in Bukit Aman was disclose the most worrying statistic. Based on PDRM statistics, in the last six year there are 517 recorded cases of abandoned babies. The statistic shows that 517 of infants discharged, 203 boys, 164 girls and 150 are imperfectly formed infants. The worse cases were reports on year 2008 with 102 cases followed by 91 cases on 2010. Over the past six years, only 37 were successful suspects under arrest to help investigations, including four this year. The phenomena of babies born out of wedlock being abandoned or thrown is becoming a worrying trend there has not been any comprehensive study carried out to find their causes and to suggest remedies to shorten the trend including having preventive programmes to youths and teenagers
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