India is becoming a disturbing party to the growing regional plight of the Rohingya, the Muslim minority being driven out of Myanmar by militant Buddhists with the help of the government. Ashi Bibi, 46, is a distressing symbol. She now lives in a makeshift Rohingya settlement in the Indian capital city of New Delhi, having fled Myanmar 10 years ago. Her sparsely furnished, one-room tenement has barely enough space for her and her three young kids. But for now, this will have to do. The frail widow earns barely $150 per month toiling as a maid in neighbourhood homes for 12 hours daily.