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Delhi blast: 'I want to go back to my country'

September 17, 2008

Financial Times, Delhi
Posted: Sep 16, 2008 at 1609 hrs IST

A Tibetan who was critically injured in the serial blasts has been 
shifted to the ICU at the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital in New Delhi.

Jamyang (38), living at Majnu Ka Tila, sustained splinter injuries in 
his stomach, hands and legs in the blast at Central Park on Saturday 

"I have gone to Central Park to spend leisure time, Suddenly, I heard 
a loud explosions and soon realised that I was writhing in pain. I 
also saw a gentleman walking in front of me in a pool of blood. I then 
tried to came out of the site and hired an auto which took me to Ram 
Manohar Lohia hospital," said his cousin brother Chubcing Ticrint, 
after translating Jamyang's version.

Jamyang, came here 10 years back and spent the initial three years in 
Southern India and then three months in Nepal at a Lama temple. He 
then returned to Delhi to open a small restaurant.

Jamyang was yesterday shifted to the ICU of the hospital where he is 
being treated now.

He now wants to go to Tibet. "I want to go to Tibet but things here 
are taking a long time. Let see when I get the chance to go back to my 
country," he told PTI.

Jamyang also took part in anti-Chinese protest during the Beijing 
Olympics this year.
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