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HUROB condemns slaying in America

Published on Jul 29 2009 // Main News

Damak, July 29 : Two days after killing a young resettled Bhutanese in America, the Human Rights Organization of Bhutan (HUROB) has strongly condemned the ruthless slain.

Hari Adhikari's Sister-in-law outside her hut in Beldangi-2 camp with her well-wishers

Hari Adhikari's Sister-in-law outside her hut in Beldangi-2 camp with her well-wishers/ Photo: Tikaram/tititopiromitho

The statement issued by the HUROB carried that resettled Bhutanese in America are fearing their safety and dignified living.

It has accused the UNHCR, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees for showing documentary films of luxurious home with cars, just with an intention of motivating the Bhutanese in exile.

“Such films bewildered the mind of refugees and their message of existence of peace and tranquility in absence of any violence and threat to life lured the most.”

S.B. Subba, the chief coordinator of the HUROB has mentioned in the statement that some resettling Bhutanese even sold their landed properties for capturing flying dreams in America.

The right body has also requested the US government to provide security to the resettled Bhutanese, without leaving them to become the victims of miscreants.

It has also expressed its deep condolence to the bereaved family of the deceased and sympathy to other victims of attacks.

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