Karima, 47, is left with a black eye and now fears for her safety. The mother of two children was taken to task by a group of individuals, at her home in Cité La Cure, 18 August. They were attacked with a vase by assailants, including a woman. According to the victim, they seek her out of her house.
“Le 18 août, je faisais du porte-à-porte pour vendre des barrettes. En route, j’ai croisé une habitante de la localité qui m’a cherché des noises. Elle m’a dit qu’elle allait me régler mon compte,” said Karima.
Once at home, the forties came out with his son to go to the store. Upon her return, she surprised a man in his house. “Il m’a dit de déguerpir,” she continues. Karima decided to go to the police, but when she arrived at her home, she was taken to task by the inhabitant who had threatened.
“Elle m’a poussée et je suis tombée. C’est alors qu’un groupe d’individus m’a agressée. L’un d’eux s’est saisi d’un vase, qui se trouvait dans ma maison, et m’a frappée à la tête ainsi qu’au visage. Je dois mon salut à mon fils qui s’est interposé,” recounts the forties.
With a sore face, Karima went to Dr. AG Jeetoo Hospital in Port-Louis, to receive care. Only Saturday, August 20 she went to Abercrombie police station to record a statement in which she says she has also stolen Rs 1,000 from her purse at the time aggression. Since, said Karima live in fear, especially as she receives threats.