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Two babies rescued from Missionaries of Charity shelter-home die at government-aided NGO shelter

Two of the baby girls rescued from the Missionaries of Charity shelter home in Hinoo, Ranchi, during the adoption controversy have died after being shifted to a state-run shelter home. The prima facie cause of death is reportedly malnutrition.

Police stand outside a home which provides shelter for pregnant unmarried women run by the Missionaries of Charity, a Roman Catholic order founded by Mother Teresa, in Ranchi, India, July 4, 2018. Picture taken July 4, 2018. REUTERS/Stringer

One of the girl child was aged six month-old and another reportedly four months old from Shishu Bhavan, who were staying at the shelter home of the government-aided non-profit organisation Sahyog Village were admitted to Khunti Sadar hospital last week.

The Deputy Development Commissioner has ordered medical and magisterial inquiries into the death of the two babies conceded to the fact that the infants kept at Sahyog village were malnourished.

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