Singapore: The condition of the 23-year-old Delhi gang rape victim remains "extremely critical", a day after she was admitted at the super speciality Mount Elizabeth Hospital here.
Hospital officials said on Friday that the girl's condition was the same as Thursday night.
Hospital chief executive officer Dr Kelvin Loh had said in a statement on Thursday night that "the patient remains in an extremely critical condition. She is under treatment at Mount Elizabeth Hospital's intensive care unit."
"Prior to her arrival, she has already undergone three abdominal surgeries, and experienced a cardiac arrest in India," said Dr Loh. "A multi-disciplinary team of specialists is taking care of her and doing everything possible to stabilise her condition."
The security was tightened at the hospital, favoured by well-heeled patients, with each visitor screened before being allowed into the ICU.
Meanwhile, The Straits Times on Friday reported that the family of the girl, who is battling for life after being gang-raped in a moving bus in New Delhi 12 days ago, is shell-shocked, but thankful.