Earlier, a doctor and a paramedic of the hospital were arrested following a complaint filed by the woman's family.
"Jammu and Kashmir Government has ordered sealing of the private clinic after suspension of its license to operate in the wake of the incident," Minister for Health and Medical Education Taj Mohiuddin said.
South Jammu Superintendent of Police Rahul Malik said, "We have immediately registered a case and arrested the doctor, whose negligent act has caused this." He said a Female Multi Purpose Health Worker (FMPHW) was also arrested.
The woman, a resident of Dongi Brahmana in Rajouri district, had come to the hospital for a routine medical examination, her husband said.
He claimed that the gynecologist, apart from prescribing normal medicines to his wife, also advised that she be administered IV fluids as she was very weak.
"Doctors and para-medical staff instead of administering glucose, gave her abortion medicine, which was actually meant for another patient," he alleged.
"They killed my baby due to negligence," said the woman.
"It is the worst case of negligence. I feel strongly that such hospitals should be closed. If this has happened to me today, tomorrow it can happen to anybody else," her husband said.
However, the hospital administration said that they have launched an inquiry.
"We have initiated an inquiry into the incident. As soon as we come to facts, we will act," a member of hospital administration said.
Meanwhile, the family members and relatives of the woman held a protest outside the hospital.

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