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Riots Victim Denied Entry By Hospital, Gives Birth On Road

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A 35 year old woman displaced from her native village, was dejected for delivery from a government hospital and was compelled to deliver on the road while travelling back home.

Muzaffarnagar: A 35-year-old woman, who was displaced from her native village during the 2013 Muzaffarnagar riots, gave birth on a road after she was allegedly denied admission by a government hospital in Muzaffarnagar.

The incident occurred on Monday when the woman was denied entry at the government primary health centre in Kandhla town as her delivery date was scheduled three days later, her husband alleged.

He said his wife gave birth on the road while they were returning to their house.

The woman was later moved to a hospital in Shamli district on the directive of CMO V Agnihotri.

Meanwhile, the CMO has ordered a probe into the incident.

The woman claimed that she was displaced from her native Phugana village during the riots and was later rehabilitated at Kandhla town.