The lady — who is pregnant — said she came to India in 2009 alongside her mom and two sisters looking for a superior life.
The 23-year-old evacuee from Myanmar, who was sexually ambushed and hit with a block purportedly by three minors Friday night, said her family has needed to move houses no less than eight times somewhere around 2009 and 2014 as every one of the proprietors had issues with their dietary patterns and way of life.
The lady — who is pregnant — said she came to India in 2009 alongside her mom and two sisters looking for a superior life. They found a one-room loft for rent in Sitapuri in southwest Delhi’s Dabri.
Be that as it may, they were soon requested that leave when they protested the proprietor’s child urinating close to their room.
“The proprietor’s child would go to our floor and urinate outside. We questioned his conduct yet the proprietor started to point the finger at us… He tossed out our garments and utensils,” said the lady, who works in an adjacent processing plant.
The lady’s more youthful sister, who thinks about in Class X, said in the most recent seven years none of the proprietors, with the exception of one, had been benevolent to them.
“They would lets us know not to cook our nearby sustenance as it noticed awful. They all requesting that we abandon. One proprietor even roughed us up and called police,” she said, including that their present proprietor has regarded them.
In any case, the sister said the proprietor dislikes it on the off chance that they don’t pay the rent on time. “On the off chance that our cash doesn’t go ahead time, we can’t pay for utilities, for example, power and water. The proprietor does not endorse of this. We have no other choice yet to stay at this spot,” she said.
Most exiles from Myanmar have experienced the same trial, she included. As per the family, upwards of 500 displaced people live in Sitapuri as it is anything but difficult to discover occupations in the territory.