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It is clear: if the butterfly was reared in laboratory, with all probability the “problems” that you mentioned in the imago are due to what I said before.
As for what you say about that “larvae of butterfly have vomiting of green liquid and diarrhea”, this is due to gastrointestinal problems caused by viruses or bacteria (which usually happens in breeding in captivity with some frequency).
Did you find the specimen in Nature or did you raise it up in captivity, is it still alive or dead for how long? Some more facts would help.
1.-“wing show an abnormality ( nodule or …) beside the vein”: I believe that is due to the drops of meconium (liquid or waste products of the pupa), drops hardened (almost dry or dry) over the wing.
2.-” and eyes have a deformed shape”: This has probably been caused by some problem in the emergency of the image from the chrysalis: the eyes have stuck to the skin of the pupa (exuvia). Or maybe it’s just an aberration.