Gang-raped Tangail school girl recovering slowly

The 14-year-old gang-rape victim in Tangail, now being treated in Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH), starts recovering slowly from her illness, physicians said on Tuesday.
"The girl was suffering in fever till last Monday but the fever has been down and came in control from Tuesday," Dr Bilkis Begum, the coordinator of the One-Stop Crisis Centre (OSCC) at the DMCH told The Independent. Dr Bilkis, also the member secretary of the seven member medical team which was formed to look after the girl, said that on Tuesday the girl sit on bed and talk with her mother which is a sign that she is recovering slowly.
Besides this the girls wouldn't take anything since December 14 but she starts taking orange juice from January 4, which is better sign for her health," she said, adding that as the juice is not sufficient for her health, so we still giving her saline to fulfil it.
About the physical examination result of the girl, who was admitted to the hospital on the first day of the year in critical condition and was shifted to the OSCC in the evening, Dr Bilkis said that we have done blood test, X-ray and Ultra sonogram of her and found all reports are well excepts some infection on her urine test. We would make some more test of the girl as per medical board decision, she said.
Dr Bilkis also said that they would examine the actual age of the girl by operating Radiology examination. The doctors of the seven member medical team that formed with Neuron Medicine department head Kazi Din Mohammad as a convener of it regularly examining the girls in due time.
Earlier, the girl was abducted on December 7, 2012 and raped for three days, according to the police and the family. She was later found unconscious by the railway at Madhupur in Tangail on December 10.
The girl was admitted to Tangail General Hospital on December 11 from where she was shifted to the DMCH as her conditioned deteriorated. Bithi Akhter, close to the girl, invited her to a wedding ceremony on December 7 from where she was taken to a  house in a nearby forest, the victim's mother said.
The police have so far arrested five suspects, including Bithi, in this connection and produced them in court. The court allowed Bithi and the other four Shahjahan Ali, Nuruzzaman Geda, Harunur Rashid, Moniruzzaman Moni for police remand. The victim's brother filed a case with the Madhupur police on December 31, 2012.

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Anika Devi received her Bachelor’s degree in Media, Culture and Communication from New York University in 2012. She began freelancing for Business Solutions BD in 2010 and joined the team as a staff writer three years later. She currently serves as the assistant editor.
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