A Refugee Woman Pushed Down on the Bus by Local Indian
Posted by crcnewdelhi on June 2, 2010
New Delhi : A Chin refugee woman known as Ms. Rai Ding (25 yrs) from Burma has got serious injury as she was pushed down on the bus by unidentified local passenger in Delhi.
Ms. Rai Ding had taken a bus going toward metro station of Uttam Nagar, at 8:30 am, on June 01, 2010. When she reached at the metro station, unidentified local Indian from the back pushed her out on the bus while she was trying to get down. Falling badly on the hard road, she lost her consciousness, as she hit with the solid road. Lying on the busy road helplessly, a bike coming with full speech had run over her left hand to break her born. Beside, her head was shed lot of blood that she could not get conscious about for thirty minutes.
After sometimes, she was found out by the policemen on petrol. The policemen were rushed to take her to the nearby government hospital for medical treatment. Although the police are looking for the bus driver, they could not get him till now, as the bus driver license number is not mentioned on his card.
Ms. Rai Ding is working in a Korean House to support her life. She could earn Rs. 2800/- per month. Unfortunately, she had met this accident while she was on her way for work. Ms. Rai Ding came to arrive in New Delhi on July 27, 2008, from Tlangpang Village of Matupi Township, Chin state, Burma. She is now living in Delhi under the protection of the UNHCR with personal identity number of HCR/08IND01101.
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