The man was arrested in November with 17, six walkie-talkies and two kitchen knives and was trying to make his way into Denmark.will culminate in Chennai where the participants will meet former President APJ Abdul Kalam and discuss with him his Vision India 2020 as well as the findings of their village visits.” The cycle rally, These people complain of coming under pressure to leave Austria for neighbouring Slovakia and that if they refuse – or even simply miss the bus there – they can end up thrown out on the streets by a system they do not understand.Austrian authorities deny asylum seekers are forced to go to Slovakia against their will but stress they cannot pick and choose where they are accommodated while their applications are considered Share This Article Related Article Whatever the rights and wrongs Austria’s already crowded asylum centres are struggling to cope with Europe’s biggest migration crisis in decades And the experiences of some Syrian refugees suggest that language barriers misunderstandings and suspicions are aggravating the problems In the past month tens of thousands have moved smoothly onwards to Germany the most popular destination for migrants However Austria also expects around 85000 asylum requests this year – a similar level in per capita terms to Germany’s At Austria’s main asylum centre in Traiskirchen about 20 km (12 miles) south of Vienna overcrowding became so severe this summer that up to 2000 people had to sleep outdoors Eventually the government agreed with Slovakia to send up to 500 asylum seekers to a former university campus in the Slovak town of Gabcikovo to relieve the strain Getting people to that centre and to others in Austria has not always gone smoothly Omar a 27-year-old cook from Deraa – the cradle of the Syrian uprising against President Bashar al-Assad – says he didn’t know he was supposed to board a bus to Gabcikovo And missing it left him homeless penniless and without medical insurance From Turkey Omar tried 11 times before he succeeded in crossing the Aegean to Greece Several attempts failed because inflatable boats supplied by people smugglers were in danger of sinking and on one occasion the engine ran out of fuel Only rescues by Turkish police saved Omar and his fellow passengers from the fate of other migrants who have drowned making the crossing to the Greek islands After making his way through the Balkans Omar reached Austria on Aug 20 He was brought to Traiskirchen where he spent more than a month sleeping in a tent on the lawn Chancellor Werner Faymann has acknowledged shortcomings in the asylum system and has said the authorities will ensure applicants are soon provided with accommodation suitable for the central European winter “THE SORTING” Despite the discomforts Omar got used to daily life at Traiskirchen At 5 pm every day he would go to what he calls “the sorting” when he said some asylum seekers were asked to sign a document for their transfer to longer-term accommodation But on Oct 3 an official informed Omar he should have been aboard a bus which left for Gabcikovo earlier that afternoon For missing this Omar said he was told to leave the complex immediately without even getting time to fetch his clothes “I’ve been wearing the same clothes for days” Omar told Reuters at a Turkish kebab shop in the town of Traiskirchen pointing at his yellow jacket soaked by the rain His case is not isolated Diakonie an aid organisation that offers free legal advice has recently recorded about 200 instances a month of migrants like Omar who have fallen out of the “basic care” system because they missed their transfer a spokeswoman said Those people no longer receive the government’s basic care package currently provided to around 56000 migrants which includes accommodation health insurance food and 40 euros ($45) of pocket money a month The Interior Ministry acknowledges that migrants fall out of the system if they miss their transfer but a spokesman declined to say how many were affected He said transfers to Gabcikovo were voluntary but added that if asylum seekers do not take up a transfer to their allotted accommodation they forfeit their right to basic care at least temporarily “Everybody has the right to asylum of course but nobody can choose which assistance facility they go to” Interior Minister Johanna Mikl-Leitner told Reuters this month Few migrants at Traiskirchen understand documents in German while the number of Arabic interpreters is not enough to keep everyone fully informed In such circumstances misunderstandings are common Although the accommodation in Gabcikovo is temporary migrants often fear they will be unable to return to Austria They also worry they will get a hostile reception from Slovaks “I don’t know Slovakia I saw a video that showed the people in Slovakia don’t want refugees” said Omar adding that nobody warned him he might lose his benefits if he missed the bus Since then he has moved around sleeping outdoors at the flat of a young man in Vienna who offered space to migrants and in a church nearby wrapped in a sleeping bag a friend smuggled out of the camp for him A spokeswoman for the United Nations refugees agency UNHCR in Austria said the issue was not that asylum seekers get sent to one country while their claim is processed in another “The only point which we view critically is that this must happen on a voluntary basis” she said “If you don’t want to go you should not fall out of the basic care system” Fereydun Faruk Shahin a 37-year-old pharmacist from Kobane in Syria has been without basic care for weeks since he was thrown out of Traiskirchen after refusing to go to Slovakia without his family who were still in a tent in the complex “They just said why didn’t you go to Slovakia Verbally That’s it you’re out you missed your transfer so you can’t get back in” Fereydun said ($1 = 08787 euros) For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News Syrian refugees think they 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