Home Chhattisgarh Superstition: In the name of treatment, the body of an 18-day-old girl was burnt with hot rods, when her condition worsened, she was admitted to the hospital.

Superstition: In the name of treatment, the body of an 18-day-old girl was burnt with hot rods, when her condition worsened, she was admitted to the hospital.

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Superstition: In the name of treatment, the body of an 18-day-old girl was burnt with hot rods, when her condition worsened, she was admitted to the hospital.

Ajay Suryavanshi, Jashpur. In Pathalgaon of Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh, a case of treatment of an 18-day-old innocent girl by branding her body with hot rods has come to light due to superstition. The family members of this girl say that they resorted to superstition due to the fear that the minor stain of veins in the girl's body could be a fatal disease.

This matter has come to light after seeing the pain of a little girl after she was branded with a hot iron by a quack and she got her treated in a private hospital in Pathalgaon. Pathalgaon BMO Dr. James Minz said that in a rural area, a case of burning an innocent girl in the stomach with a hot iron bar in the name of treatment has come to light. The condition of the girl, who was just 18 days old, had deteriorated due to pain after she was treated by a quack out of superstition.

After this incident that took place in Karangabahla village of Mudapara, the health department team has given advice to the family members. After this, the health department team is staying in the village and continuously taking care of the girl. BMO Dr. Minj said, at present the condition of the girl is fine.

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