Nurse decapitates a baby and pulls too hard during a difficult delivery in a hospital in India

Nurse decapitates a baby and pulls too hard during a difficult delivery in a hospital in India

  • A nurse drew so hard that the fetus reportedly was broken into two pieces
  • The mother is now fighting for her life in another hospital in India
  • The husband of the woman has accused the nurse of being drunk during the delivery

Terri-ann Williams for Mailonline

A nurse in a government hospital in India is said to have "beheaded" a baby while she is pulling hard during a difficult delivery.

The mother, who has been called by the local media as "Dikhsha Kanwar", reportedly is fighting for her life in the hospital after the incident.

During the delivery a nurse pulled the fetus so hard that it broke in two parts, it was reported.

After the incident reportedly on 6 January, the nurse and a colleague took the baby's torso to the mortuary at Ramgarh Hospital in the Jaisalmer district in Rajasthan.

The mother, who has been named "Dikhsha Kanwar & # 39;" by the local media. fights for her life

The mother, who has been named "Dikhsha Kanwar & # 39;" by the local media. fights for her life

The woman was then taken to the Jawahar hospital for further treatment after the staff had said that there was a complication & # 39; was with the delivery.

Interview with the Hindustan Times Dr Ravindra Sankhla, a gynecologist in the Jawahar hospital, said that the staff at the health center let him know that they had completed the birth but had left the placenta in the womb.

Dr. Sankhla said he realized that something & # 39; terribly wrong & # 39; was when he tried to remove the placenta, which then referred her to the Ummed Hospital in Jodhpur & # 39 ;.

Doctors performed an operation and found the head of the fetus in the womb. The doctors informed the relatives of the woman and the family members.

A case has been opened against two nurses, but the police still have to arrest them.

The man in charge of the heath center in Ramgargh, Dr. Nikhil Sharma, said he was not present at the time of the incident.

Dr. Usha Duggad, chief physician at Jawahar Government Hospital, said that this was a rare case.

Jalam Singh, under-inspector and investigative officer of the case, said in the name of Diksha, her husband Tilok Bhati filed a complaint against Amritlal and Junjhar Singh, the two male nurses.

Bhati claimed that the nurses in the Ramgarh center were drunk.

& # 39; In case of questioning, the hospital staff staff handed us the lower part of the fetus.

& # 39; Until now, no arrest has been done & # 39 ;, he added.

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