Mangaluru: Decomposed remains of foetus found during garbage clearance

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Jan 18: The decomposed remains of a human foetus was found wrapped in a plastic bag and disposed of at the Kenchanakere road bend of the Mulky-Kinnigoli state highway on Sunday January 17. The package was spreading a terrible stench from the spot where it was thrown.

The foetus wrapped in a plastic bag was found by civic workers of Kilpady gram panchayat on Sunday when disposing of waste. The plastic bag also had two hand gloves and pad along with decomposed foetus. Another bag found by its side had sanitary pad, nightie, and clothes.

It is suspected that the foetus would have got decomposed after water got into the plastic bag during the rains received here last week.

Mulky police visited the spot and undertook investigation.






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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, Jan 19 2021

    Very sad.I just cant understand who are these people without any heart and soul.Whatever the situation was of that woman ,that was not the way to dispose that small creature after carried for months with blood and flesh.could have given to some Ashram ,for adaption.May God give that soul a good place with angels.Investigation s ?may be some wander workers ?

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  • Kusuma Kumari Gunji, Nellore/Kodyadka

    Mon, Jan 18 2021

    A thorough investigation is needed to look into the cause of this incident

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