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Ms Patel explained ( about Ms Patel ) : "He believes that someone has done some kind of black magic on them. He told us that their mother too had been ill since 1986 and believed that someone had jinxed her too. “He said that he took them to doctors but nothing seemed to work. Since he felt that they had been hexed, he feared that some harm might befall his children. So he let them be in the house,” said Ms Patel. The 85-year old octogenarian would deliver the meals prepared by his sister, living in another house. “He would leave the tiffin outside the room along with a newspaper. If the siblings felt like eating, they would, otherwise the food would be left lying there. However, they would [always] collect the newspaper,” said Ms Patel. “In fact, when we were cleaning the room, we cleared about 3 trucks of newspapers that they had accumulated in the room in the past decade,” she added. After their rescue, the three siblings’s matted heads of long hair were shaved and the brothers shaved. They are now residing with their paternal aunt while the NGO seeks official support. “The three of them are under psychiatric review at a government hospital in Rajkot. Ambrish has not spoken a word and is being treated for his physical ailment,” Ms Patel said, adding that while Meghna is responding well, they are trying to help Bhavesh reintegrate back into the society by reintroducing him to his childhood friend circle. “Since he is suffering from memory loss, we are taking it slowly,"
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