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11 January 2019, 02:48 | Devin Moran
Health department officials said a probe is
The Rajasthan Police have filed a case against two employees of a government hospital in Jaisalmer's Ramgarh after a newborn's body split into two during delivery, the Hindustan Times reported on Thursday.
Dr Nikhil Sharma, the head of the Ramgarh Community Health Centre, said he was not present when Ms Kanwar was admitted to the facility and the two nurses allegedly conducted the delivery unsupervised.
A nurse at a government hospital in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan has been accused of decapitating a baby during a hard delivery, local media reported. She is reportedly fighting for her life now.
The incident was reported from Jaisalmer's Ramgarh.
A nurse at an Indian hospital has pulled the head off a baby during birth, according to reports.
The boss of the Ramgarh community health centre claimed he wasn't around at the time of the incident.
An Indian nurse allegedly tore the head off an unborn foetus while in the delivery room.
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