MP: Newborn baby dragged by pigs outside govt hospital

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MP: Newborn baby dragged by pigs
Raipur, Feb 23: A newborn baby has been dragged by pigs outside a government hospital in Madhya Pradesh. The shocking incident took place on Thursday, Feb 23. The baby was saved by a farmer who succeeded to save the baby from the swines.

However, later doctors later tried clarify their stands saying that the baby was born outside the hospital and was admitted in the hospital with several injuries on her legs and other parts of her body.

This was another incident which brought shame for Indian government which seems to have failed to provide security to newborn babies in government hospitals.

Earlier the battered baby Falak's incident shocked the people of the country. Falak was admitted in AIIMS in Delhi with fatal injuries in brain and other parts of her body. Later she was gone under several operations.

Here it can be recalled another shocking incident in Guwahati, Assam where a two-day-old baby was brutally killed after being mauled by street dogs and crows just outside the Guwahati Medical College and Hospital.

The newborn baby was found lying in a drain, draped in a cloth. According to an eyewitness, the infant might have belonged to a well-rich family. The witness was quoted as saying, "He was probably left inside the packet and by looking at the clothes he was wrapped in, he seems to have belonged to a well-to-do family."

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