By Zaw Gyi (Panita)
Yangon West District Court will hear arguments from the plaintiffs involved in the Ava Tailoring abuse case on 6 October, said the district court judge yesterday during the second court appearance of six members of a family in Yangon’s Kyauktada Township accused of abusing two young maids and failing to pay wages.
The court will hear the case every Thursday at 10.30 am beginning from October, added the district court judge.
No (6) Anti-Human Trafficking Division (Yangon) filed charges against the six family members — three women including Daw Tin Thuzar and three men— at Kyauktada police station under the anti-trafficking in persons law on 20 September. Five accused members of the family made their first appearance in Yangon West District Court on 23 September.
The sixth accused, Daw Thiri Latt, turned herself in to the Kyauktada Township police station on Wednesday night. She made her first appearance in court yesterday.