Pregnant woman in hospital in UP's Saharanpur asked to leave; delivers baby in e-rickshaw

A pregnant woman in Saharanpur was allegedly asked to leave from a hospital in the middle of the night by the staff.

PTI August 17, 2017 07:57:42 IST
Pregnant woman in hospital in UP's Saharanpur asked to leave; delivers baby in e-rickshaw

Saharanpur: A pregnant woman in Saharanpur was allegedly asked to leave from a hospital in the middle of the night by the staff, following which she gave birth to a boy in an e-rickshaw, the police said on Wednesday.

Pregnant woman in hospital in UPs Saharanpur asked to leave delivers baby in erickshaw

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Munawar, who was in labour, was admitted the district woman's hospital on the night of 14 August but was later asked to leave without being examined, SP Saharanpur (Rural) Vidya Sagar Mishra said.

While her husband was taking her in an e-rickshaw to another hospital, she gave birth to the boy in the vehicle. She was admitted to a private hospital later, he said.

Munawar's husband lodged a complaint with the police and demanded action against the hospital, Mishra said.

A case was lodged in Janapuri Police Station. The matter was being probed, he added.

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