Secret ‘baby farm’ discovered where babies are bought, sold and swapped

image.jpegA ‘baby farm’ has been discovered where ‘unwanted’ newborns were sold and swapped for around £1,000 each. Babies born out of rape or wedlock were being delivered at a private hospital in India and then sold for adoption. Two of the babies have now been rescued by police from the 30-bed Palash Hospital in the Gwalior district. Prateek Kumar, from the ASP crime branch, told Times of India: ‘Three others have been sold to childless couples in Uttar Pradesh and Chhat.  Police raided the hospital on Saturday night following a tip off about trafficking of infants. Read Article