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Gruesome discovery near Indian hospital prompts 'abortion racket' probe


Gruesome discovery near Indian hospital prompts 'abortion racket' probe
RT

The discovery was made by police following the death of a 26-year-old woman from a suspected botched abortion at the Bharati hospital in the western state of Maharashtra.The all-female foetus remains were found dumped in blue plastic bags in a stream next

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