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Gurgaon shocker: Body of a two day old new born found near railway line
The millennium city has always been in headlines for its crimes. Harassment, date rape, murder has been making some news in the recent past. However, the death of a new born girl, whose body was dumped near the railways track, is a crime of another level and thus shocked many in Gurgaon.

It has been a nightmare that the residents of Sector 10-A in Gurgaon are living these days, since the time they have heard the news of a new born, who was found dead near the railway line passing along their area.

A local, who chanced upon the body informed the police about the infant. The Sector 10-A Police, rushed to the spot after receiving the information. The Police have kept the body for 72 hours at Civil Hospital for identification, but to no progress in the matter.

It was on the Saturday evening when one Bheem Singh, resident of the Basai village, was taking his cattle for gazing near the railway lines when he saw the 2 day old infant lying dead. He immediately informed the Police.

Very strangely, the police of the area does not term the crime as a 'foul play,' and says that the investigation is going on the matter.

Bhagwan Das, SHO of Sector 10, said, ''It does not look like there is any foul play in this matter. We are carrying out the investigations and soon will reach to some conclusion. It is a matter of shame that the infant, just 2 days old, was dumped and left to die. We have kept the body for further examinations.''

It is not the first case of this sort that has been reported so far. On 7 April, 2014, the body of a newborn girl was found near a Rapid Metro station on Mehrauli-Gurgaon road. Police said that it is a hideous crime that cannot be forgiven easily and the guilty deserve rightful punishments.

About 11 cases of infants being abandoned were recorded in 2013, of which seven were boys and four were girls. Female infanticide can also be one the reasons, but till the culprits are found everything is speculation.

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