Cuttack: The Kunduli minor gang rape survivor who has been hospitalised to Koraput DHH again after she complained of stomach pain and vomiting on Friday night was shifted to the SCB Medical College and Hospital in Cuttack on Saturday late night as her condition deteriorated.

The minor girl was admitted to DHH yesterday after she complained of stomach pain and vomiting. However, the doctor found blood marks in her vomit yesterday following which she was referred to Cuttack.

A District Child Protection officer, a doctor and four police officers are accompanying the tribal girl.

She was shifted to Kotpad SC/ST Girls’ High School to study further on Friday. Earlier on two different occasions, even after she was discharged from the Laxman Nayak Medical College and Hospital (LNMCH), where she was undergoing treatment for 15 days following the alleged incident, was admitted to Jeypore Sub-Divisional Hospital and LNMCH after she complained of certain health complications.

Notably, the minor tribal girl, a resident of Musaguda village under Pottangi police limits, had alleged that she was kidnapped and gang-raped by four armed security personnel, who were in jungle patch uniform in Lanjiguda forest while returning from Kunduli on October 10.

However, more than a month have elapsed the police is yet to identify the culprits. The Odisha Human Rights Commission (OHRC) has directed the SC/ST Development Department to provide Rs 50,000 interim compensation to the girl, besides ensuring her study at a model school.

Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik also ordered a judicial probe by a District Judge and also by Crime Branch.