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Bhullar D.S.,Government Medical College and Rajindra Hospital PatialaPunjab | Thind A.S.,Government Medical College and Rajindra Hospital PatialaPunjab | Singla A.,Government Medical College and Rajindra Hospital PatialaPunjab | Sandhu S.S.,Gian Sagar Medical College
Journal of Punjab Academy of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology | Year: 2014

The incidences of male feticide and subsequent destruction of the aborted foetus although apparently are less compared to female feticide in India, the law of the land does not differentiate the two by gender and the perpetrators and facilitators for the crime including the woman are all liable for the offence. The reasons for male and female feticide may differ but the scientific and investigative approach in detection and dealing with the crime are the same and the forensic experts and medical practioners are required to play a proactive role in the interest of justice and to check this heinous crime against humanity. © 2014 JPAFMAT. All rights reserved. Source

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