Ralhrang pawl nih tlaih tim in Thailand Airport tiang an dawi nain, tlaih khawh lo in Canada ram ah him tein aphan khawh mi Model mui dawh cu,
Military council nih Thailand Bangkok Airport tiang tlaih ding ah an dawi nain, Model muidawh Miss. Thaw Nandar Aung, Han Lay, cu Canada ram nun himnak ding in aphan diam cang khi asi, Sep 27 ah Thailand Bangkok in Canada pan in an chuak tiah, Bangkok post nih news site ah alanghter mi asi.
Military council nih Model muidawh Miss. Han Lay, ramdang kalnak Visa cu cancel piak asi ruang ah, Thailand hmanh alut khawh ti lo kha asi, nain zei maw tiin Sep 21 ah Thailand Bangkok Airport ah aphan Visa angei ti lo ruang ah airport ah cun nawlngeitu hna nih an hren kha asi, mah hnu ah cun Model muidawh nute cu United National High Commissioner for Refugee UNHCR Agency bawmnak le venhimnak ruang ah, Thailand Airport ah ni 6 chung a um tiah theih asi.
Sep 27 ah cun van that nak in Canada ram ah kal ding in achuak cang tiah news report ah langhter asi, Military ralhrang pawl nih Police hna thlah in Thailand Bangkok khuapi Airport tiang tlaih ding in akal ter kha asi, Sihmanselaw Model Nute cu UNHCR nih bia tak tein venhimnak lak piak asi ruang ah, Military thlah mi Police hna cu tlamtling lo in an kir than khi asi tiah Bangkok post nih atu bantuk in arak tial khi asi, Muidawh Model nute cu, Ram chung Military nih ram minchiatter nak tiah, panel code chapter no-124, ning bantuk in case tuah piak khi asi tiah, report ah langhter asi.
Bangkok :-A beauty queen who spoke out against Burma’s military rulers was stranded at Thailand’s international airport for a third day on Friday, hoping to be granted entry, as activists and her employer urged authorities not to send her back to her homeland.
Han Lay, who gained international attention last year with her pageant speech on the army’s deadly suppression of anti-junta protests in her native Burma (also known as Myanmar), has been denied entry by Thai authorities despite having taken refuge in Thailand for the past year.
The 23-year-old model, whose real name is Thaw Nandar Aung, was stopped at Bangkok’s Suvarnhabhumi airport on Wednesday, when returning from a brief visit to Vietnam. The immigration bureau said she was using invalid travel documents. Han Lay told Reuters she was stopped by immigration and spent one night in a detention room but was “okay now.”
“I am just waiting on what will happen next,” she said in a phone call, declining to reveal where she is now.