Indian Girl injects herself with Lover’s HIV-Positive Blood

An Indian girl wanted to prove her love to her boyfriend so she injected his HIV-positive blood into her body.

Indian Girl injects herself with Lover’s HIV-Positive Blood - f

They were unable to be separated.

The story of an Indian girl who showed her love by risking her life has gone viral online.

She reportedly injected her body with her boyfriend’s HIV-positive blood out of what she claimed was a tremendous feeling for her lover.

The 15-year-old fell in love with an HIV-positive teenager from Satdola in Hajo over Facebook, according to reports.

After three years, their love and connection had become so deep that they were unable to be separated.

The Indian girl reportedly left with her boyfriend before being taken back by her parents.

However, this time the girl did something that no one could have ever imagined. The girl injected herself with blood taken from her lover, who had HIV, using a syringe.

According to reports, doctors are currently keeping an eye on the girl while Hajo police detained the boyfriend.

An estimated 36.7 million persons worldwide are HIV-positive as of the end of 2015.

According to UNAIDS Fact Sheets from November 2016, in 2015, 2.1 million persons contracted HIV for the first time, while 1.1 million died from an AIDS-related illness.

According to the research, worldwide new HIV infections among children have decreased by 50% since 2010, but not among adults, and the number of AIDS-related fatalities has decreased by 45% since its high in 2005.

According to UNAIDS, 18.2 million people had access to antiretroviral medication by June 2016 compared to 15.8 million in June 2015 and 7.5 million in 2010.

The adult HIV prevalence in India was estimated to be 0.26 per cent in 2015, down from 0.38 per cent in 2001–2003, according to the Technical Report on India HIV Estimates 2015.

While adult HIV prevalence and annual new HIV infections are still declining in high prevalence states, new HIV infections among adults are on the rise in a select few low prevalence states between 2007 and 2015.

Both high and low HIV prevalence states can be found in the north-eastern region of India.

At 1.15 per cent in 2015, Manipur had the highest estimated adult HIV prevalence in the nation.

This is not the first time a teenager has done something so insane.

Recently, a 15-year-old girl married her boyfriend to avoid her mother’s scolding.

The girl had gone to meet her boyfriend on June 12. She had broken her curfew and decided to elope with her 20-year-old boyfriend who is now in jail.

The police said the girl’s boyfriend had taken her to his relative’s house.

He eventually rented a room to shelter the girl. The duo got married at a temple in Jaripatka.

Ravinder is a Journalism BA graduate. She has a strong passion for all things fashion, beauty, and lifestyle. She also likes to watch films, read books and travel.

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