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Phone: +44 ** **** ****  HQ Phone
Indonesian Embassy
38 Grosvenor Square
London W1K 2HW
United Kingdom


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The Indonesian maid Nirmala ..., 29 Sept 2013 [cached]
The Indonesian maid Nirmala Bonat was scalded with boiling water by her employer, who was later sentenced to 12 years' jail for the abuse.
The Indonesian maid Nirmala Bonat was scalded with boiling water by her employer, who was later sentenced to 12 years' jail for the abuse.
Most notable is the case of Nirmala Bonat, whose employer was sentenced to 12 years jail for scalding her maid with hot water and an iron.
Indonesian Lawyers [cached]
H igh Court Malaysia Ruled 12 years Imprisonment for Torture of an Indonesian in 2004 . The court ruling at Putrajaya in Malaysia is the culmination of justice seek by an Indonesian domestic worker Nirmala Bonat who has been tortured by its Malaysian employer Yim Pek Ha of 44 in 2004. The final ruling is 4 years lower than previously ruled by the lower court with sentence of 18 years, whereas High Court did not see evidence of Yim to hit the victim with an iron glass. The court has proven that Nirmala was in fact tortured by YIm by pressing Nirmala with hot iron, poured Nirmala with hot water causing severe and permanent pain all over the body. The Indonesian Consulate as the representative for Nirmala is in agreement and accept the ruling.
Nirmala, mum in painful reunion, 26 May 2004 [cached]
KUALA LUMPUR: It was a tearful and painful reunion for Nirmala Bonat when her mother, Martha Toni, hugged and kissed her during their meeting at Ward 3 of the Kuala Lumpur Hospital yesterday.
Both Martha and Daniel, who had to travel from Jakarta after a two-day journey from their remote village in Desa Tuapakas, Kupang in Nusa Tenggara Timur said Nirmala was not sick in any way.
Home Ministry secretary-general Datuk Seri Aseh Che Mat and Immigration director-general Datuk Mohd Jamal Kamdi, who were at the Indonesian Embassy for a brief meeting with Indonesian ambassador to Malaysia Drs KPH Rusdihardj, visited Nirmala at about 1pm.
Indonesian Manpower Industry Association Chief Abraham Liyanto, who paid a visit to Nirmala at about 9pm, said Martha was devastated when she saw her daughter on television in Jakarta.
He praised the Malaysian government for handling the case well and hoped that such incidents do not reoccur.
Nirmala Bonat's ex-employers ..., 1 Nov 2014 [cached]
Nirmala Bonat's ex-employers ordered to pay RM129,147 in damages - Bernama
Published: 1 November 2014
The High Court yesterday ordered the former employers of Indonesian maid Nirmala Bonat to pay her RM129,147.20 in damages for abusing and injuring her 10 years ago.
Judicial Commissioner Siti Khadijah S. Hassan Badjenid allowed the suit filed by Nirmala (pic) and also ordered Yim Pek Ha and her husbnd Hii Ik Ting, as the defendants, to pay RM10,000 in costs to the woman who came from Desa Tuapakas, Kota Kupang, Indonesia.
Siti Khadijah made the decision after Nirmala managed to prove her case against the defendants.
The sum of damages was for the injuries Nirmala had suffered on her breasts, back, arms, head, face, mouth and nose, besides the emotional stress.
The court, however, rejected Nirmala's application for compensation with regard to medical expenses incurred, loss of ability to earn income and for transport costs as the plaintiff (Nirmala) failed to prove her case in these.
In her written judgement which was distributed to the press yesterday, Siti Khadijah said Nirmala had suffered a lot of pain from the physical injuries inflicted upon her which had also caused her emotional strain.
The judicial commissioner stated that Nirmala also had to endure embarrassment from pictures taken of injuries to her body, including her intimate parts, which were made public.
However, Nirmala who was represented by counsel M. Kavimani, was not present in court.
On January 28, 2010, Nirmala, 29, filed the suit against Yim, 46, and Hii, 48, for injuries and pain she had suffered while under their employment as a domestic maid at the couple's home in Villa Putera, Jalan Tun Dr Ismail after she was hired in September 2003.
Nirmala said that Hii failed to prevent his wife from physically abusing her and also failed to give her proper medical treatment for her injuries.
She claimed general damages for pain and sufferings and special damages of over RM40,000 for loss of income, cost of medical treatment and other costs to be assessed by the court.
The Jakarta Post - The Journal of Indonesia Today [cached]
Sympathy and donations have been pouring in for Nirmala Bonet, the 19-year-old Indonesian maid allegedly abused by her Malaysian employer, the Indonesian embassy said on Sunday.
During a visit to the country to promote tourism, Yogyakarta Governor Sultan Hamengkubuwono X and his wife GKR Hemas also met with Nirmala.
Envoy Rusdihardjo said that as of Saturday, donations from the Malaysian community alone had reached over RM 30,000 (US$7,896).
Nirmala, whose situation was reported to the police after she was found crying on the stairs of her employer's apartment, claimed that the scars and wounds all over her body were inflicted by her employer, Yim Pek Ha, since early this year.
Yim's husband Hii Ik Tiing has filed a counter-report, saying Nirmala inflicted the wounds on herself, including those on her back, and stole up to 10,000 ringgit from them.
At the embassy GKR Hemas handed Nirmala a closed envelope, saying, "I hope you will get well soon and meet your family".Nirmala said she still found it painful to speak because of wounds in her mouth.
Yim Pek Ha, who has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges of torture, was denied bail on the grounds that she might flee given the severity of the case, which has been described as Malaysia's worst case of maid abuse, Bernama news agency reported, as quoted by Agence France Presse.
Yim's trial has been set for July 26 to July 28.
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