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Watch: Pregnant woman losses her newborn as doctors get busy fighting with each other during surgery
A shocking video has surfaced which was shared by News Agency ANI on its Twitter handle. The video reveals an incident of medical negligence that occurred at the state-run hospital in Jodhpur, Rajasthan on Tuesday.

In the startling video that has reportedly gone viral, two doctors of the Umaid Hospital can be seen arguing with each other inside the operation theatre while a pregnant woman lies on the operation table. According to the media report, the 30-minute long argument of those two accused doctors went on even as the woman's newborn child died before them inside the delivery room.

In connection with the incident both of the accused doctors have been suspended but no FIR has been registered against them yet. After taking the cognizance over the entire matter, Rajasthan Health Minister Kali Charan said that an enquiry committee has been set up to probe this case and those who are guilty in this occurrence will be taken into account.

Responding to the incident, the hospital administrator said, "When woman was admitted fetus was in distress, had low heartbeat, still will probe reason for newborn's death."

The two accused doctors –Ashok Naniwal and ML Tak, who were busy fighting with each other while performing surgery onthe patient are seen engaged in a verbal squabble with one another. In the video, one of them can be heard saying, "Stay within your limits," while the other replies, "You will pay for this."

According to ANI, the Rajasthan High Court has sought a report on the incident by 2 pm on Wednesday.

This shocking incident of inhumanity comes just weeks after another case of medical carelessness had taken place at Gorakhpur's BRD Medical College in Uttar Pradesh, in which over 60 children were killed due to the lack of oxygen cylinders. However, the official report by the Chief Secretary denied inadequacy of oxygen cylinders as the cause of death.

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