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Ruckus at Noida hospital after women supposed to give birth to twins delivers a single child
On Monday, the BR Ambedkar Multi Speciality Hospital in Noida in Delhi NCR witnessed noisy scenes after doctors handed over a single baby to a Noida woman. The relatives of the woman created chaos as her ultrasound reports had shown that she was pregnant with twins.

The incident happened when Sangeeta Devi, a resident of Noida gave birth to a girl child on Monday. According to her family, two ultrasounds conducted, one at the same hospital and another at a private clinic had confirmed that she was carrying twins.

"The report of the ultrasound conducted at the BR Ambedkar Multi Speciality Hospital says, "No. of foetus- Twin live."

The second report says, "The real time obstetric sonography reveals twins live intrauterine 33 weeks pregnancy."

The relatives of the woman have said that initially they were told that Sangeeta had delivered twins, and then there were three power cuts in the next five minutes, after which they were told about the birth of a single girl child.

Rambha Devi, the woman's aunt said, "There were as many as three cuts in a span of five minutes after which I went to see the children. However I only found a single child."

The hospital authorities have said that the ultrasound report could be faulty and a result of human error and that they shall investigate the matter.

The hospital authorities have also said that they have preserved the placenta of the woman, which will clearly establish that the woman gave birth to a single child only, adding that there was no possibility of the second child vanishing from the hospital.

The family said that they had approached the police for filling an FIR, but no action had been taken so far.

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