LAHORE: The five-year-old girl, who was rapped and thrown outside a hospital in Lahore, is said to be improving, with police so far unable to identify and arrest the culprits, media reported Monday.
Doctors said that the girls would remain in the intense care unit (ICU) for few more days owing to severe mental shock.
They claimed that health of the minor girl was relatively stable and satisfactory. “She is improving quickly. She has started tacking meal from today,” a doctor spoke to SAMAA.
The medics said that child psychiatrists would visit her in next few days.
The girl was found outside Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in Lahore at around 8pm on Friday, a day after she went missing from a low-income neighbourhood in the city.
Police still have no clue who carried out the attack despite detaining several suspects.
Rights campaigners and workers from NGOs have staged protest rallies across Pakistan after the rape incident, demanding the arrest of the culprits.
Widespread outrage dominated social media while Pakistan private TV channels prominently broadcast reports on the girl and her ordeal.