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Sexually Abused 3-year-old Girl Dies After Being Pierced With Needles During Black Magic Abuse From Mother’s Boss

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A 3-year-old girl, who was in a critical condition with several needle injuries and a broken arm, has died in West Bengal, India a hospital source said on Friday.

The child, a resident of Purulia district, was brought to the SSKM hospital in a critical condition last week. She was allegedly physically and sexually abused by an elderly person who employs her mother as a domestic help.

“She succumbed to sepsis and pneumonia between 2 a.m. and 3 a.m,” the source said.

Police said they have a lodged a case under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offenses (POSCO) Act against Sanatan Thakur, a former home guard and the employer of the girl’s mother.

The abuse came to light when the child’s mother took her to the Bankura Medical college complaining of cough and cold but the doctors found multiple external injuries on her body, some inflicted by needles, police said.

Doctors found she had suffered multiple internal injuries. She had been brutally abused and needles had been injected into her body. Further external injuries were also discovered, including ones close to her private parts that were caused by needles.

“There are as many as seven needles forced into the child’s body. The needles could not be taken out as it may cause further damage to her body. She is kept under observation,” the hospital commented on her initial state.

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The victim’s mother’s boss, a former home guard called Sanatan Thakur, who is in his mid-50s, practises voodoo and black magic.

Thakur employed the child’s mother as a domestic worker and used the child as a voodoo doll. He used the child’s body to practise black magic.

Doctors eventually succeeded in removing all seven needles from the child’s body on July 18, and she was kept under observation. Unfortunately, she died Friday, July 28, at the Bankura Medical College.

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