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Mystery woman 'Zohra' haunts cops after premature twin girls found dead in park

The Delhi police are on a lookout for a woman named Zohra after her name was found on a hospital badge on the wrists of newborn twin girls who died after they were allegedly half buried in a DDA park in Keshavpuram on Friday.

The dead newborns were first spotted by the visitors in the park in a half dug pit.

Soon the police reached the spot and secured the area where the twins' bodies were found.

The investigation revealed that the twins carried hospital tags that read D/O Zohra.

It is then the cops got their first clue but then it soon led them to a blind end as during investigation as the woman was nowhere to be found.

After the babies were recovered, they were rushed to the hospital to see if they are still alive but were declared brought dead by the doctors.

Soon a team was formed to investigate the case.

"We have sent the information to several hospitals in the area looking for particular information. However, we have till now not received any information about any pregnant lady admitted in the hospital with that name," said a senior police officer.

The girl children were premature and underweight.

The identity of the mother of the infants is still unknown. Even after three days, the cops have little clue who the mother could be and who has buried the girls in the park.
"Though we have formed several teams to trace 'Zohra' still nothing substantial has come up.

"We could not get any help from the CCTV as well. We are taking this case seriously," said Vijayanta Arya, Additional DCP North West.

The cops are now relying on human intelligence to get some clue if someone knows about a woman named Zohra who was recently pregnant.
However, it is still not sure if the woman is from the locality or outside making the job tough for the cops.
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