Woman smuggling newborn from Maternity Hospital made public

Kathmandu, Feb 24: Police today made public a woman who stole a newborn from Paropakar Maternity Hospital in Kathmandu last Friday.

Man Kumari, 24, of Naumule rural municipality-1 in Dailekh district and currently residing at Kadaghari in Kathmandu was nabbed by a team of police deployed from Kathmandu Valley Crime Investigation Office from her rented room the same night.

The rescued infant has been handed over to the rightful family and currently undergoing treatment at Kathmandu Medical College at Sinamangal in Kathmandu, according to SP Nawaraj Adhikari at the District Police Range, Kathmandu.

Further investigation into the case is underway, said SP Adhikari. Sabina Shrestha, 22, from Chauri Deurali rural municipality-3 and currently staying at Kapan in Kathmandu had complained to police regarding the missing of her 26-day-old infant.

Police acting on the complaint had searched for the missing infant and found it being stolen by accused Man Kumari. (RSS)

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