Kurdish asylum seeker committed suicide in Great Britain

According to reports received by Kurdistan Human Rights Association , the Kurdish refugees called “Awat Abu Bakr,” 29 years old from the town (Sayyid Sadiq) south of Kurdistan in Sulaimaniyah province in the country Great Britain had attempted suicide and his life is lost.

He was a refugee for 12 years who lived in Great Britain, but the government granting the right of asylum (residence) and not to them according to friends, the news network (Rudaw), because this issue has been Awat suicide.

According to the news network (Rudaw), “Asma Amra” owner of the carwash (Carl Morden) about said Awat Abu Bakr in one of the rooms back and then search by colleagues, where he was found, while on the ground and was bleeding.

It should be noted that because of inconsistencies in how the death of Kurdish refugees, immigrants Federation of Iraqi government demanded a detailed investigation by the police investigation has been Great Britain.

Kurdistan Human Rights Association