It’s a case of gross malnutrition: Postmortem reports of three minor sisters in Mandawali claimed

Jul 26 2018 01:47 PM
It’s a case of gross malnutrition: Postmortem reports of three minor sisters in Mandawali claimed

Mandawali(Delhi), July 26: The sudden death of three minor sisters in Mandawali area of East Delhi on 23rd July was roaming around the rumors of murder that was done by poisoning the innocent girls. But the anticipations were denied by the doctors of Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital as the postmortem reports revealed that there was no such trace of fat found in their bodies.

On Thursday, Amita Saxena, the MS at Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital informed that the reports showed that deceased stomach was totally empty and its a clear case of gross malnutrition. “There was no trace of fat found on their bodies. Postmortem showed the stomach was absolutely empty. It’s a case of gross malnutrition.” ANI quoted Saxena.

Notably, the person living in the neighborhood noticed that the worse condition of the girls. They were demanding water. A man gave water to three of them but then suddenly three girls started vomiting. Neighbors promptly sent them to the hospital. The doctor of Lal Bahadur Hospital declared them dead there. The girl's father is also missing from Tuesday morning. The age of the deceased children is between 8 years and 3 years. It is being told that he came out to find work from home. A search operation for him after the incident was also implemented.

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