The girl was declared to be stillborn, while the boy was in critical condition until he, too, was declared dead, according to CNN. "The doctors at the [new hospital] told us that the boy has several infections because he was exposed to the environment and had been wrapped in plastic".
Announcing the termination of the two doctors, the hospital said in a statement: "While the inquiry by the expert group which includes external experts from IMA is still in process, we have made a decision to terminate the services of the two treating doctors".
The hospital then handed the babies' bodies to the family in polythene bags, and the family were shocked when they saw movements inside one of the bags when they were on their way to the cremation ground.
"When we opened the bag, we found the boy breathing".
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New Delhi police are continuing to review hospital records as well as video footage from the twins' birth to better understand how the doctor's arrived at the conclusion.
The incident sparked outrage and protests outside the hospital at the weekend.
"We are shaken and concerned at this rare incident". "Sought a report on shocking criminal negligence by Max Hospital, Shalimar Bagh and directed Dept to conduct a inquiry into this unacceptable act", tweeted health minister Satyendar Jain.
"As the research, by an independent panel involving experts from the Indian Medical Association, is under way, we chose to end the services of the two doctors".
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Following this, the Delhi Police sent a notice to the administration of the Max Hospital, seeking detailed information in connection with the case and asked the authorities to be present for an interrogation.
The family alleged that the babies were declared dead after they expressed their inability to pay the exorbitant fees for their treatment. "The difference between a mistake and negligence is deliberate action".
The premature baby, weighing less than 500g (1lb), was rushed back to hospital but died a short time later.
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