Mumbai: A large number of embryo residues have been recovered from a biogas plant of a private hospital in the Wardha district of Maharashtra. Sub Inspector Jyotsna Giri said that 54 bones of 11 skulls and foetuses have been recovered from the biogas panels of a private hospital in Arvi, Wardha following an investigation into an illegal abortion case. Hospital director Rekha Kadam and one of her associates have been arrested. The revelation comes in the wake of an inquiry into the illegal abortion of a 13-year-old girl.
The police said that stained clothes, bags, shovels used for excavation and other evidence thrown there have also been seized from there. These have been collected and sent for forensic examination. Team of women investigating officers Assistant Inspector of Police Vandana Sonone and Deputy Inspector of Police Jyotsna said RV police received the news of the case on January 4. The team conducted a search based on the news from their local sources and finally traced the minor girl and got complete information from her parents. The girl's family was threatened to keep quiet on behalf of the boy's family.
Maharashtra: 11 skulls & 54 bones of fetuses were found in the biogas plant of a private hospital in Arvi, Wardha during the investigation of a separate case of illegal abortion. Hospital director Rekha Kadam & one of her associates were arrested: Sub-Inspector Jyotsna Giri (13.01) pic.twitter.com/4JtzeZquu6— ANI (@ANI) January 14, 2022
According to media reports, Assistant Inspector of Police Sonune said that we discussed with hr and gave full assurance that she would be given full security. She then agreed to file her first report in the case on 9th January, five days after the girl's illegal abortion. Based on the complaint, a police team raided Kadam Hospital and arrested its director Rekha Neeraj Kadam and nurse Sangeet Kale. Both of them had helped in this work and charged Rs.30,000.