Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr A UK court has banned an Indian-origin family from flying their infant daughter to India since she is at risk of subjected to a “utterly unacceptable” genital mutilation procedure. A judge at Manchester County and Family Court decided on Monday that the child, who will turn two this year, is in danger since religious and cultural pressure had had abrogated her mom’s “maternal instinct”. Social workers in the UK believe three other girls from the family, which can’t be named for legal reasons, had been subjected to a comparative method. Female genital mutilation (FGM), otherwise called female circumcision, includes custom ritual cutting, sometimes without anaesthetic, and has been prohibited in the UK. Judge Robert Jordan made a “FGM protection order” in Manchester after a private family court hearing, ‘Manchester Evening News’ accounted for. The judge was informed that the baby’s three older sisters had already been taken to India with the goal that FGM could be completed on them. He influenced the assurance to arrange in the wake of inferring that the girl was likewise in danger and required securing. “The impact of the social weight superseded the mother’s maternal nature. As an outcome of religious and social weight the mother encouraged the mutilation of her kids,” he noted. “That cultural pressure still exists in their nation of origin and without a doubt in this nation,” he included. FGM protections orders came into force in Britain three years prior and give police local authorities power to mediate to anticipate such methodology. Guardians can be barred from taking children abroad and visas can be seized and face prosecution on the off chance that they break it. As per UK inquire about, FGM is less regular in India and is more common in around 28 African nations and in parts of the Middle and Far East. In Britain, communities that have been recognized as in danger of FGM include Somali, Kenyan, Ethiopian, Sierra Leonean, Sudanese, Egyptian, Nigerian, Eritrean, Yemeni, Kurdish and Indonesian women and girls. It is accepted to be a method for assuring virginity and virtue and is utilized to safeguard girls from sex outside marriage and from having sexual feelings. Despite the fact that FGM is drilled by mainstream groups, it is regularly guaranteed to be completed as per religious convictions.