Sources at the hospital told GoaChronicle.com that the girl passed away due to multi-organ failure caused on account of serious injuries to her body and brain. In fact information received by this news portal indicates that her condition deteriorated on arrival to Singapore and on route outside the country she had suffered a seizure in the aircraft.
On December 26, she had suffered two cardiac arrests and Dr Naresh Trehan had been rushed to Safdarjung Hospital secretly to assess her condition. She had started having multi-organ failure and an infection to her brain had started spreading.
GoaChronicle.com further learnt that she had been put on a ventilator as soon as she landed in Singapore as her capacity to breathe on her own had collapsed. The Indian High Commission alerted its superiors in New Delhi at 3.30 am as soon as the news was officially communicated to them. According to the Singapore hospital officials the girl’s family was with her when she breathed her last.
The Delhi Police immediately announced strict measures to restrict movement out of fear that protests would erupt. In fact, the union cabinet had decided to fly her out of Delhi after spontaneous protests broke out in the heart of Delhi. Last week had seen several surges of protests when protesters marched to South and North Block that houses the Prime Minister’s Office and the union home ministry as well as Rashtrapati Bhawan.