Woman Judge Death After Delivery In Sambalpur, Autopsy Reports Handed Over To Police

Sambalpur, October 10: The autopsy report of the woman judge who died giving birth to a baby boy on Wednesday in a private nursing home was submitted to the police today.

Following the instructions of the police the Veer Surendra Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research (VIMSAR) authorities at Burla released its medical report into the reason behind the death of the lady judge.

Identified as Judicial Magistrate First Class (JFMC) Sambalpur, Champabati Hati, died at a private nursing home in Budharaja area here almost three hours after giving birth to her baby. 

Hati's husband Amulya Badi had lodged a complaint at the Ainthapali police station alleging that his wife died due to medical negligence. Subsequently, the police had registered a case in this regard and initiated inquiry.

Though the expected date of delivery was October 15, the doctor performed the Caesarian eight days before, Badi alleged and added, "Sheer negligence of the doctor killed my wife."

Sambalpur Additional Superintendent of Police SK Panigrahi earlier stated that stringent action would be taken on the basis of the report handed over by VIMSAR.

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