The victims of heinous crime in Muzaffarpur shelter home are found to be vulnerable. They are said to be traumatised and few of them even tried to commit suicide. Because of severe physical and mental sufferings, they are not completely in their senses and tried to hurt them physically. Bihar Social Development Department’s director Raj Kumar reveals of wounds on girls bodies which remained after the injections that were injected before establishing physical relations with them. He also said that the behaviour of victims has become violent.
“We have found wounds that were caused due to injections. The girls were injected with sedatives before they were forced into physical contacts. The girls are badly tormented and have developed aggressive and violent behaviour. Sometimes they run to hit their heads from the grills or to damage the articles placed around the room,” said Raj Kumar.
Victims were sent to two different hospitals, ‘Nalanda Medical College and Hospitals’ and another Mental hospital in Koilwar. The doctors tried their best to treat the girls but they are too tormented to respond enough to the treatments. Now they will be taken to Enfold India Hospital in Hyderabad and to the AIIMS with the help of UNICEF for treatment. For now, these 42 girls are kept in Patna and Madhubani.
The hearing in the Muzaffarpur shelter-home case is to begin soon and the victims’ witness will play a mojor role in the hearing. So the victims’ mental and physical fitness is really important.