Delhi Gangrape Victim Shifted And Admitted In Singapore!

The Government of India decided at its highest level to shift the 23 year old girl battling for life for the last eleven days out of India for better treatment. Accordingly late last night she was shifted from Safdarjung Hospital in Delhi and taken to Singapore by an air ambulance. She was accompanied by the doctor in charge. Few hours later she was admitted in Mount Elizabeth Hospital. The decision was taken because the girl continued to be critical after undergoing three abdominal surgeries and suffering two cardiac arrests. Her doctors reportedly consulted physicians and surgeons the world over and decided on Singapore as it was much nearer and that Mount Elizabeth Hospital is famous for advanced facilities and multi-organ transplants.

The doctors in Singapore today described the girl’s condition as extremely critical and she is undergoing treatment in the intensive care unit of the hospital. A multidisciplinary team of doctors has been taking all possible measures to stabilize her condition. The whole of India has been praying for her recovery. We appeal to all to join in the prayers. The girl must survive and inspire the Young India Movement for Change to go on fighting till the brutes are punished, strongest laws for rape are passed and the safety for women is fully ensured. The juvenile laws also urgently need to be changed, because a ‘minor’ (under 18) capable of committing the most brutal assault on a woman must be condemned as the worst criminal and must never be considered on his age. The teen monsters must be stopped at any cost as they form an integral part of the Subhuman Fiendish Horde. 

Meanwhile, the Young India Movement for Change picked up again today in Delhi defying prohibitory orders. Hundreds of protestors marched from South Delhi towards India Gate, but the police blocked them midway. The mystery over the death of the police constable, Subhas Chand Tomar, continued with multiple versions available about what happened last Sunday. While some eyewitnesses maintain that he collapsed chasing the protestors, Delhi police claimed that he was killed as the post mortem reports revealed that Tomar was beaten up before his cardiac arrest.