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MP: Newborn girl stabbed in Shajapur hospital dies in Indore

MP: Newborn girl stabbed in Shajapur hospital dies in Indore

A 3-day-old girl who was stabbed with a sharp weapon in Madhya Pradesh's Shajapur district a

day after she was born died while undergoing treatment at Indore's MY Hospital, a senior health official said on Friday.

The child was born to daily-wage labourers in Shajapur on Tuesday and was attacked with a sharp weapon in a hospital

there a day later, said an official of Mohan Badodiya police station.

"Despite out best efforts, the infant died late Thursday night. She was wounded in the chest, neck and back

and had lost a lot of blood by the time the local hospital at Shajapur transferred her to the ICU here. We had conducted a

surgery but in vain," Dr Brajesh Lahoti of MY Hospital said. Police in Shajapur said the infant's parents Manju and

Darivay Banjara have alleged that a nurse at the local hospital was behind the attack, though an official said the

parents will also be questioned.

(This story has not been edited by Devdiscourse staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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