Reportedly the baby girl was flushed down in the toilet and was taken out when plumbers tried to clear the passage.
A doctor, with the help of a plumber, recovered the body of a two-day-old girl from toilet outlet line at Palakkad district in Kerala on Friday.
Dr Abdul Rehman, who runs a clinic next to his house in Perinthalmanna town, called the plumbers after his domestic worker noticed the clog and what she believed was muddy water. To the horror of the plumbers as they tried to unblock the toilet, they noticed something which looked like a ball. The body of the newborn, her placenta still attached, was stuck in the duct.
The attached placenta, however, also suggest that the mother had given birth inside the washroom. In the meanwhile, the body of the baby was sent to nearby Thrissur medical college for the post-mortem procedure.
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Jane and Henry Richard, siblings of the youngest victim Martin Richard, and members of the family's foundation, also spoke. The household's basis was based in 2014 to attach younger folks with alternatives for volunteerism and group engagement.
Dr Abdul Rahman also filed a complaint and based on the complaint the police filed a case against the newborn's parents, who are said to be absconding.
"There wasn't much of a foul smell emanating from the toilet", a sub-inspector of the Nattukal Police Station told The NewsMinute.
"Investigations are underway. We are analyzing the records, but we haven't been able to identify her parents yet", said police sources. The body hadn't decomposed when we recovered it. The baby, investigating officers suspect, was brought into the clinic on the pretext of a consultation and flushed down the toilet.