A premature baby who was "wrongly" declared dead by doctors in the Indian capital Delhi died at another hospital where he was being treated.
Doctors at the Max Hospital hospital pronounced the death of the baby hours after his twin, who was born dead on November 30, at 22 weeks.
The parents said the baby was alive while they were going to his funeral.
His father told reporters that he would not take the child's body home unless they arrested the two doctors.
The incident sparked outrage and a debate over the quality of private medical care that is often costly.
The two doctors were fired by the hospital on Sunday after an investigation. The hospital also sent its condolences to the parents after hearing that the baby had died.
"Our deepest condolences are with parents and other family members, although we understand that survival in extreme premature births is rare, it is always painful for parents and family, we wish them the strength to face their loss" . He said.
The state health minister, Satyender Jain, has said that the hospital's license could be canceled if an investigation finds him guilty of medical malpractice.
Delhi police said Wednesday that they had transferred the case to their unit crime.
The incident came to light when parents noticed that one of the babies wallowed inside the plastic bag where the doctors had placed the babies.
According to the twins' grandfather, the bewildered family took the newborn to a nearby hospital where they were informed that their baby was still alive, local media reported.
This was the second instance in recent months when a private hospital was called in India for negligence. Last month, one girl died of dengue in another hospital and the parents claim that they were overcharged for their treatment.