HYDERABAD: The puzzle behind the affirmed swapping of two new-conceived babies at the state-run maternity hospital in Koti in Hyderabad was determined as the DNA test affirmed that the male tyke was not destined to the lady, who had laid her case on him.
Two families had made a case for a child kid conceived at the Koti government hospital.
A couple, Shatru Babu and his significant other Rajitha of Mahabubnagar region of Telangana, had affirmed that their male kid was swapped by the staff with a young lady, inciting the powers to arrange a DNA test to learn the genuine parentage.
Authorities of the Telangana State Forensic Laboratories gathered blood tests of all the worried to recognize the organic guardians of the children and the test affirmed that Rajitha had conveyed an infant young lady, police said today.
Shatru Babu and his better half Rajitha were given over the baby girl while Ramadevi and her significant other Jangaiah were given the infant kid," Sultan Bazar Police Station Sub-Inspector T Sudhakar said.
Shatru Babu had before held up an objection claiming that an infant kid destined to his better half Rajitha on August 23 and was swapped by the hospital staff with a young lady.
In any case, hospital authorities said that Rajitha had given birth to a baby girl and another lady (distinguished as Ramadevi) conveyed a boy inside a crevice of four minutes.
Specialists going to both ladies (who experienced Cesarean surgeries) say the disarray emerged after the staff got out for Ramadevi to demonstrate the boy, and Rajitha's relatives came and took the baby away.
Specialists had before said they had attempted to disclose to Rajitha that she conveyed a girl, however she was not prepared to acknowledge it. Tailing this a DNA test was directed to affirm the parentage.