Singaporean doctors battle to save Delhi gangrape victim, eye organ transplant
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said in a statement.
"At this stage, we would request that the privacy of the patient, family members as also of the medical team in attendance is fully respected so that the treatment may
continue smoothly," the statement said.
The Indian mission has also assigned a liaison officer to the girl's parents.
The parents are accommodated in a hotel with 24-hour attachment of a liaison officer, a High Commission official said.
In New Delhi, Home Minister Sushilkumar Shinde said the government would spare no effort for the treatment of the victim and it would meet all the costs for her treatment.
"We are all aware of the critical condition of victim. Since the day of the incident, it has been our endeavour to provide her the best of medical care. Despite the best efforts of our doctors, the victim continues to be critical and her fluctuating health remains a big cause of concern to all of us," he said in a statement.