Richard Boodram at his last year’s Christmas party.

Eight-year-old Richard Boodram, the child who was brutally beaten by his classmates at the Mon Repos Primary School almost a month ago, is likely to remain hospitalised for an additional four weeks after doctors learnt that his left eye is infected as a result of the blows he sustained.

His mother Devika Persaud told the News yesterday that her son is recovering slowly but will have to remain hospitalised for 28 more days. She said that a recent MRI scan revealed that Boodram’s left eye is infected as a result of the blows he sustained. When the doctor learnt that, she said, they told her that they will have to treat him with antibiotics for 28 additional days.

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