JANUARY 23 — An average of 100 babies are dumped nationwide in Malaysia every year with more than half of them found dead according to Police statistics.
The media quoted the Minister of Women, Family and Community development in January 2016 that out of the 104 babies dumped in 2015, 61 were found dead and only 43 alive.
In 2014, 75 were found dead and only 28 alive and in 2013, 58 were found dead and only 32 alive.
Another police statistics from the earlier years had shown 407 babies were dumped nationwide from 2005 to 2010 averaging about 80 per year with Selangor, Johor and Sabah being the 3 states with the highest cases recorded.
The recorded cases must be the tip of the iceberg with every case found and recorded, many may be buried or thrown into the abyss and never be found. Read more