Published: Fri, January 11, 2019
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Rajasthan: Baby split in half, head left in womb during delivery

Rajasthan: Baby split in half, head left in womb during delivery

The mum, Dikhsha Kanwar, is now reportedly fighting for her life.

The nurse was allegedly left holding the baby's torso while its decapitated head was left inside the mum's body in the reported horrific incident on January 6.

After the incident, the nurse along with a colleague deposited the lower part of the foetus in the centre's mortuary and asked the family of the victim to take her to Jaisalmer for further treatment.

The Hindustan Times said the nurse had pulled "so hard while attempting to deliver the baby that it broke into two parts".

The Ramgarh health centre also lied to the gynaecologist at the hospital and said that they have finished the delivery.

Gynecologist Dr. Ravindra Sankhla said that the staff of the health center informed him that the baby's placenta was still inside the mother's womb.

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"The two male nurses on duty that night have been suspended".

A case was filed under IPC sections 304 A (causing death by negligence) and 336 (act endangering life or personal safety) against two staffers of the Ramgarh hospital.

The body separated from the head, which was still inside the mother's womb. Tilok Bhati, the father, claimed that the Ramgarh hospital staff were inebriated and misbehaved with them.

After travelling for four hours, the family reached the Umaid hospital in Jodhpur where the doctors induced labour to start the birth.

She was then transferred to Ummed Hospital in nearby Jodhpur, where doctors thinking they were recovering the placenta, were shocked to discover the foetus' dismembered head. Dr Usha Duggad, principal medical officer at Jawahar government hospital said it was a rare case.

The man in charge of the heath centre in Ramgargh, Dr Nikhil Sharma, said he wasn't present at the time of the incident.

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