Author Gita Aravamudan interviewed an Indian midwife discussing female infanticide.
“They stifle them with a pillow or with a cloth. Oh! It is a horrible sight. The little one will struggle under the sari like this, like this… And then it will be still. Oh! how many I have seen.… I am only paid to do a job. It is my livelihood. It is their child and their wish. I have kept all my daughters. But if they want to send theirs away…”
“send them away” = euphemism for killing their baby.
Gita Aravamudan Disappearing Daughters: the Tragedy of Female Foeticide (New Delhi, India: Penguin Books India, 2007) 12
Aravamudan mentions that she believes this midwife may have committed infanticide herself.
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