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In a shocking incident, skeletons of 108 children were found behind the compound of a hospital which is in Bihar’s Muzaffarpur. It has been reported that the children died due to Japanese Encephalitis or Acute Encephalitis Syndrome (AES).

News Agency ANI posted pictures of the deceased which depict human bones and broken skull fragments lying behind the compound of Sri Krishna Medical College and Hospital (SKMCH) in Muzaffarpur.

According to SKMCH medical superintendent SK Shahi, the skeletal remains could have been disposed off by the post-mortem department of the hospital.

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He said, “Post-mortem department is under the principal but it should be done with a humane approach. I’ll talk to the principal and ask him to constitute an investigating committee.”

An investigation team visited the spot where the human skeletal remains were spotted.

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After observing the area, the investigation team found out that unclaimed bodies were burnt behind the hospital. While the hospital is being criticised severely after 108 patients suffering from AES died during treatment, this could raise questions related to how unclaimed bodies are disposed off.

According to media reports, at least 128 children have died due to AES, which causes brain fever or Chamki, in Muzaffarpur.

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