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Dogs Chased Newborn Baby’s Body, Hospital Remains Unaware

Dogs Kept Chasing dead body of newborn

Bhopal | Dogs chased dead body of a newborn baby near the gate of Ashoknagar District Hospital on Saturday, but the hospital officials and staff remained unaware of it. About an hour later, the mutilated body of the newborn was picked up and sent to the postmortem room.

People drove the dogs away and immediately informed the police and civil surgeon. Even after this, no responsible person reached the spot for one hour. Finally, Assistant Sub-Inspector RR Khalko, who was present at the police post of the district hospital, rushed to the spot and removed took out his neck cover and put it on the body of the newborn and the body was kept in the postmortem room.

The incident took place around 12 noon. Some passers-by had told the civil surgeon that the eyewitnesses had told themselves about the incident to the civil surgeon but he said that it is not our responsibility, while the hospital slip was clearly visible on the placenta of the newborn. From this, it seemed that after the delivery of a woman, the deceased child must have left her relatives unclaimed in the hospital premises.

Witnesses had told the civil surgeon that the eyewitnesses had told themselves about the incident to the civil surgeon but they said that it is not our responsibility, while the hospital slip was clearly visible on the placenta of the newborn. From this, it seemed that after the delivery of a woman, the deceased child must have left her relatives unclaimed in the hospital premises.

After this, the dog was pulled and brought its dead body to the main gate of the district hospital. In this regard, talking to Ashoknagar civil surgeon Dr. Himanshu Sharma, he tried to know his side, but he did not receive the call on the mobile phone.

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