India gang-rape victim in Singapore for treatment; protesters plan new rallies

New Delhi, India (CNN) -- The victim of a brutal gang rape that sparked massive protests in India arrived in Singapore for treatment Thursday morning.
"She is in extremely critical condition and being examined by doctors," a spokesperson for Mount Elizabeth Hospital said.
The 23-year-old woman spent days in intensive care after what police said was a rape and beating December 16 on a moving bus in New Delhi.
Widespread anger over the incident prompted massive anti-rape protests in the Indian capital over the weekend. Riot police surrounded downtown streets as protesters plan to take to the streets again Thursday.
Rape protesters hit with water cannons 
Women on alert after gang rape in India 
Demonstrators are demanding the government to set up fast-track courts for speedy trials of rape cases in the country, said Ravi Rai, a student representative.
They are also seeking the dismissal of the New Delhi police commissioner for the crackdown on Sunday's protests.
"Despite massive protests across Delhi and India, the government's assurances have been hollow and smack of tokenism," said Neha Kaul Mehra, a student participant. " Rather, the response -- the crackdown -- has been feudal."