Kyrgyz Woman on Way Home

The woman appeared mild and compassionate contrary to her aggressive behaviour during the first two days at the short stay home.

Published: 06th April 2016 07:18 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th April 2016 07:21 AM   |  A+A-

BHUBANESWAR: The Kyrgyz woman, who was detained by the Commissionerate of Police last month, was handed over to an Kyrgyzstan Embassy official who arrived here on Tuesday.

Accompanied by the Embassy's First Secretary Nurzat Omurakunova, the 31-year-old woman checked into a City hotel and would board a flight to New Delhi on Wednesday.

Since she has a valid tourist visa till April 21, the Embassy is not so keen on insisting her to go back to Kyrgyzstan. The are chances that the woman will be allowed to move out on her own after landing in the national capital.

The woman appeared mild and compassionate contrary to her aggressive behaviour during the first two days at the short stay home.

"The woman gave money to a staff to buy sweets for children. She also wrote a letter in broken English apologising for her rude behaviour during the first two days and thanked us for helping her during the tough time," a counsellor associated with the Kyrgyz national said.

Earlier, on arrival in the City, Nurzat first went to Chandrasekharpur police station and spoke to officials who had rescued the woman from an apartment during a raid on alleged flesh trade on March 23.

Police official then had a discussion with members of Child Welfare Committee and enquired about the woman's health. Later, Nurzat took custody of the woman. The woman had arrived in New Delhi on February 25 and landed up in the State capital on March 22.

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