Also the bodies were handed over without written instructions.
"This baby was one of the twins delivered on 30 November morning".
A panel formed by the Delhi government to look into the case yesterday found Max Hospital guilty of not following prescribed medical norms in dealing with newborn infants.
Under fire, Max Healthcare had chose to terminate the services of two doctors allegedly involved in the case of a premature baby being wrongly declared dead, the group said in a statement.
On Sunday, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said there should be a legal framework to check "open loot" and "criminal negligence" by private hospitals, in the wake of the premature baby being wrongly declared dead by a city-based private hospital.
Police said they are investigating the case and the hospital's treatment of babies.
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The hospital group had ordered an inquiry into the case on December 1. The infants were handed over to them in a polythene bag, they said.
A three-member doctors' panel constituted by the Delhi government on Tuesday submitted its preliminary report on Max Hospital to Delhi government. But just before their last rites, the family found that the boy was alive, police said.
Both babies were placed in plastic bags and the family were heading to the crematorium when they noticed movement.
A day after the incident, the baby was shifted to Aggarwal nursing home in Pitampura. One was stillborn, and the other was pronounced dead shortly after birth.
The statement said a detailed enquiry was initiated, pending which, the concerned doctor was asked to proceed on leave immediately and they were in constant touch with the parents and are providing all the needed support.