Police in India have reportedly discovered an alleged “baby farm” where newborns were being sold and swapped.

Staff at the private Palash Hospital in Gwalior district, Madhya Pradesh, delivered babies from rapes or premarital relationships, police claimed.

Following a tip-off, two babies were rescued from the hospital by police – but it is thought others were sold on before authorities became aware of the case, The Times of India reported.

Five people, including hospital manager Arun Bhadoria, have been arrested in connection with the find and charged under slavery and prostitution charges, according to the newspaper.

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