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The 11-year-old girl is suffering from ‘bipolar mood disorder’ after she was abducted and raped last month by three men in Damhal Hanjipora village in south Kashmir. What makes the tragedy of the family more grave is that their son is admitted in a ward adjacent to that of Zareefa.

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