Delhi rape: Victim not out of danger
Doctors attending the Delhi gangrape victim, who was brutalized inside a bus on Dec 16, on Monday said she was conscious but not out of danger.
"She is conscious but not out of danger..She is communicating," said a doctor at New Delhi's Safdarjung Hospital where the victim is being treated.
"She is relatively stable and composed pyschologically," a doctor said.
Another doctor said the victim is still on ventilator.
"Her condition got worse due to internal bleeding last night," he said.
While the national capital erupted in anger and violence over the brutal gangrape of the Delhi girl, the victim's father has appealed for peace to everyone.
Speaking to some TV channels, the father of the girl said his daughter is a fighter and would survive the attack.
"My daughter is a fighter all her life. She is brave and she will survive the ordeal. Pray for her health," said the father of the girl, a 23-year-old medical student who was subjected to gruesome torture inside the bus on the night of Dec 16 when she was returning home after a film show with a male companion.
The girl's father also appealed for calm to the protesters who fought pitched battles for days with the Delhi Police with the protest turning violent on Sunday at the India Gate.