Mumbai’s Matunga Child Care leaves 250 women soldiers of all ranks for dead after maternity care goes wrong

A total of 250 women soldiers of the Indian Army have died in the last five years due to complications during childbirth and later due to improper care at the military’s major maternity centre at Matunga in Mumbai, an RTI query has revealed.

The RTI application was filed by a former army officer, Lt Col Anil Kaul, who has previously raised concerns over the standard of medical care provided to Indian soldiers.

The RTI response from the Army Medical Corps (AMC) revealed that a total of 250 serving women soldiers died between 2017 and 2022 due to .

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