A child forensic interviewer talked to one of the girls, who said she was brought to Detroit with a second girl for a 'special girls' trip,'according to the FBI.The girls said they were told to keep the trip secret.Female genital mutilation of minors is illegal in the U. Nagarwala is alleged to have performed horrifying acts of brutality on the most vulnerable victims,' acting Assistant Attorney General Kenneth A. Nagarwala is also charged with transportation with intent to engage in criminal sexual activity, and making a false statement to a federal officer. It is also a serious federal felony in the United States.On Monday, Minnesota Child Protective Services personnel and a federal agent interviewed the second girl's parents.They confirmed the trip to Detroit, saying they took the girl to see Nagarwala for a 'cleansing' of extra skin, according to the court filing.
The complaint details the second girl's experience with the doctor and she said she underwent a procedure and identified Nagarwala as the doctor.'She said that she 'got a shot,' and that it hurt really badly and she screamed,' the FBI agent wrote.
Worldwide, an estimated 140 million women and girls have undergone the procedure, according to the World Health Organization.
More than 3 million girls in Africa undergo the procedure each year.'The Department of Justice is committed to stopping female genital mutilation in this country, and will use the full power of the law to ensure that no girls suffer such physical and emotional abuse.' According to Detroit News, Henry Ford Hospital has confirmed that Nagarwala was employed at the facility - even though her employer has not been identified on court records.
She lives in Northville with her husband, Moiz Yusuf Nagarwala, 48, who works at Visteon Corporation, an 'automotive electronics supplier'.
Gujarati is spoken in India and other parts of the subcontinent and also within certain Indian communities in Africa.