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Bihar: Woman steals toddler from Patna’s PMCH, caught on CCTV

SHO said that CCTV footage was checked on the reported disappearance of the child. However, no written complaint has been received so far.

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One-year-old infant was allegedly kidnapped near the main emergency ward of Patna Medical College and Hospital (PMCH), Bihar at around 11:45 PM on Monday. The infant has been identified as Prince Kumar. The infant’s father Dharmendra Kumar who hails from Basantpur village in Samastipur was admitted to PMCH on Sunday night, as per the reports.

According to a report in Prabhat Khabar, Sultan Chopal, a bystander said that the child was with his family under the tree near the last gate of the emergency. Meanwhile, her mother left the child with his nanny and went to her husband inside the ICU. Upon her return, the child was missing.

The case was also registered to the Pirbarhor Police station.

SHO said that CCTV footage was checked on the reported disappearance of the child. However, no written complaint has been received so far.

During the investigation, CCTV footage was looked upon which revealed that a 21-year-old woman kidnapped the infant. The whole incident has been recorded in the camera.

Meanwhile, taking a grin view of discrepancies in coronavirus duties, the Bihar Health Department has directed Patna Medical College Hospital (PMCH) to enhance their quality of services after some of the on-duty doctors were found absent from their assigned duties. Besides, the health department also marked the issues with medical equipment for COVID patients.

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