Three-year-old girl dies after being used as a ‘voodoo doll’ (photo of x-Ray)

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In Kolkata, West Bengal, a child has died after being sexually assaulted by her mother’s superstitious employer; the three-year-old girl was being used as a “voodoo doll.”

The mother of the young girl sought medical aid after the child began to run a fever. On July 15, the child was taken to an area hospital in critical condition.

Doctors found she had suffered multiple internal injuries when seven needles forced inside the child’s small body were discovered. External injuries were also caused by needles, including ones near her genital area.

Police are reporting that a former home guard, Sanatan Thakur, who is in his mid-50s, practiced voodoo and black magic on the child.

Thakur hired her mother as a domestic worker and used the child as a voodoo doll. Reportedly, he abused the three-year-old’s body as part of a black magic ritual.

Doctors managed to remove all seven needles from the 3-year-olds tiny body on July 18. However, today, the hospital confirmed the child died, succumbing to sepsis and pneumonia.

Police have launched a case under the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act against Sanatan Thakur, who is currently on the run and still at large.

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