Chandigarh: There was chaos in the area due to the fetus once again near Dussehra Ground located in Chandigarh Sector-56. At the same time, there is a third incident in the city in the last one week. When the passer-by saw the embryo wrapped in the newspaper, he informed the police about the matter. At the same time, the police reached the spot and transported the embryo GMSH-16. At the same time, the forensic team started collecting evidence. Sector-39 police station has registered a case against unknown and started investigating.
It is also being said that the incident took place on Wednesday, 12 February 2020 at around 3.30 pm. Police received information that a child was wrapped in newspaper near Dussehra Ground, Sector-56. On the information, the Palsora Police Post Incharge reached the spot with his team and started the investigation. During this, the passer Ishwar Dutt Sharma told that he had gone for a walk in the area. Upon reaching the Dussehra Ground, the dead body of a child wrapped with newspaper appeared. Wherever it is being said or after this, he informed the police control room about the matter. After this, the police called a mobile forensic team on the spot. During this, the team gathered evidence from there. According to the police, the fetus is from four to five months old. At the same time, the police is now investigating the hospital records in the area and is also questioning the people nearby. Police say that the accused will be identified and arrested soon.
Third incident in a week: According to information received from sources, this is the third incident in the city since February 5. Within an hour, the bodies of two newborn girls have been found in different sectors of the city. The first was found in the sewerage near the community center located in Sector-56 and the second in the garbage dump near the petrol pump located in Sector-33. Police conducted the post-mortem of the bodies of both newborn girls in the nearest hospital. After this, the viscera was sent to CFSL for investigation. The police station has registered a case under IPC 318 and started investigating. However, both cases are still unresolved.