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A disable boy seriously attacked

Posted by crcnewdelhi on November 30, 2010

A partially deaf Chin refugee boy Mr. Victor Thang, 17 years old the holder of UNHCR No. 09C00264 was badly attacked unconditionally by the local resident at Bodella Market, West Delhi on 25th November, 2010 at about 8:30 pm.

An unexpected nightmare was happened when Victor was going to the market to buy some vegetable and was accompanied by one of his friends. Just before reaching the market place, his friend was first attacked by five local men unconditionally. Fortunately his friend was managed to escape without sustaining serious injuries. Then the culprits turned to Mr. Victor badly attacked him. The criminal used stone, wooden stick, their legs and hands to torture him. After a few minutes more people were gathered and that mob brutally attacked him and tortures him like animal. The attacked last about half an hour and he was semi unconscious for two hours. He got several injuries and wounds in the whole body and lost many blood.

 

 

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Assault and Robbery

Posted by crcnewdelhi on November 20, 2010

A case of assault and robbery was happened to a Chin refugee called Mr. Kap Za Lem, the holder of UNHCR No. 08IND00201 on 20th November, 2010 at the main road between Uttam Nagar and C-1, Asalatpur, West Delhi.

Mr. Kap Za Lem was working at a restaurant called Barbecue Netson at Uttam Nagar. He was working at night and used to go home at night around 1:00-2:00 Am. Since he used to go home at night at that very morning, sometimes rickshaw puller was not available and most of the nights he used to go home on foot. On 20th of November, 2010 at around 1:30 am he went home on foot as usual, unfortunately the two men deliberately followed him to attack and rob.

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