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Probe ordered into deaths of babies

By STAFF Reporter

GUWAHATI, June 6 � The Assam Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has ordered a magisterial probe into two cases of deaths of babies, an unborn and two new-born ones, respectively, due to the alleged neglect on the part of some doctors and nurses in the Gauhati Medical College & Hospital (GMCH).

In the first case, the wife of one Bidyut Ranjan Bharali who was admitted for her delivery in the department on March 6 last, reportedly developed complicacies and severe labour pain a few days after which led to her operative delivery in the morning on March 9, resulting in the death of the baby.

The second instance was that of the death of the twin babies on May 28 delivered by one Mamoni Thakuria of Mukalmua of Nalbari district.

Mamoni was admitted at the GMCH for her delivery on May 26 but immediately after the delivery the babies reportedly fell ill and their bodies gradually turned black in complexion and the attending doctors and the nurses allegedly did not pay heed to that even though they were told about the complicacies.

The District Magistrate, Kamrup (M), had been entrusted by orders passed in the two separate cases.

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Probe ordered into deaths of babies

GUWAHATI, June 6 � The Assam Human Rights Commission (AHRC) has ordered a magisterial probe into two cases of deaths of babies, an unborn and two new-born ones, respectively, due to the alleged neglect on the part of some doctors and nurses in the Gauhati Medical College & Hospital (GMCH).

In the first case, the wife of one Bidyut Ranjan Bharali who was admitted for her delivery in the department on March 6 last, reportedly developed complicacies and severe labour pain a few days after which led to her operative delivery in the morning on March 9, resulting in the death of the baby.

The second instance was that of the death of the twin babies on May 28 delivered by one Mamoni Thakuria of Mukalmua of Nalbari district.

Mamoni was admitted at the GMCH for her delivery on May 26 but immediately after the delivery the babies reportedly fell ill and their bodies gradually turned black in complexion and the attending doctors and the nurses allegedly did not pay heed to that even though they were told about the complicacies.

The District Magistrate, Kamrup (M), had been entrusted by orders passed in the two separate cases.

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