At Delhi's Slum, Rohingya Pin Hope On Education To Make Life Better | Read

PUBLISHED ON: July 14, 2019 | Duration: 1 min, 52 sec

  
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Life may be all about slums, cramped lanes and one-room hutments for Rohingya refugees in Delhi's Kalindi Kunj Camp, but the younger generation of the community is setting its sight on becoming lawyers and doctors in brighter days to come. Five days ago, 22-year-old Tasmida shifted from the slum to a rented room in Zakir Nagar to focus on her studies. She is the first Rohingya refugee in India to clear the Class 12 examinations, and has now applied for an LLB course in Jamia Millia. She wants to become a lawyer, so she can fight for the rights of her people.
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