Thane: One-day-old child dies after being abandoned in bushes in Kalyan


PTI, Oct 1, 2022, 4:16 PM IST

Aone-day-old girl died after she was abandoned in the thicket along the side of a road in Kalyan in Thane district, a police official said on Saturday.

The newborn was found on Friday by a woman at around 5:30pm, the Kolsewadi police station official said.

”A police team rushed the infant to a hospital but doctors there declared her dead on arrival,” he said.

A case has been registered and probe is underway to trace her kin and nab those who abandoned her, he added.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

BJP’s slogan 400 seats is to divert public attention from their defeat, says Siddaramaiah

Ahead of PM Modi’s Mysuru visit, Siddaramaiah asks him to explain his contribution to city

Govt directs e-commerce firms to remove drinks, beverages from ‘health drinks’ category

PM Modi’s ‘noob’ remark during election season triggers political slugfest

India in touch with Iran to secure release of 17 nationals onboard Tehran seized Israeli-linked ship

LS polls: Rs 45.59 cr cash, alcohol worth over Rs 151 cr seized in Karnataka so far

Won’t withdraw nomination papers, says rebel BJP leader Eshwarappa

Related Articles More

Will adopt print on demand strategy, need to reach out to youngsters: NBT chairperson

Corruption rises when Congress comes to power, party now looking like ‘Bigg Boss’ house: Rajnath Singh

LS Polls: Congress finalises some candidates for 4 states, including Punjab, HP

Kerala man booked for objectionable FB posts against PM Modi

Govt directs e-commerce firms to remove drinks, beverages from ‘health drinks’ category

MUST WATCH

What are the features of Xylys Watch

Theft in a rented house @ Dandeli

World Sparrow Day

Sri Vishwaprasanna tirtha swamiji

How To Grow Healthy Red Amaranth leaves


Latest Additions

Will adopt print on demand strategy, need to reach out to youngsters: NBT chairperson

BJP to release its poll manifesto on Sunday

Rains lash parts of Karnataka; One killed by lightning strike at Sindhanur

BJP’s slogan 400 seats is to divert public attention from their defeat, says Siddaramaiah

Corruption rises when Congress comes to power, party now looking like ‘Bigg Boss’ house: Rajnath Singh

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.