Interviewee ID: 990609
Parent's name: Shiyaar
Year of Birth: 1928
Education: tusgai dund
Notes on education: Child investigator
Born in: Erdene sum, Töv aimag
Lives in: Sühbaatar sum (or part of UB), Ulaanbaatar aimag
Mother's profession: herder
Father's profession: herder
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Summary of Interview 090331A with Ichinhorloo by Khishigsüren
Sh. Ichinhorloo is one of the first Mongolian women investigators who did children’s investigative work. She was born in 1928 in Erdene sum of Töv aimag. Her father passed away when she was seventeen therefore she moved to Ulaanbaatar with her mother. The year she went to Ulaanbaatar she joined the amateur club of the second horoo. She didn't do anything good there and she had to do some work to earn a living therefore she went to work to the state printing house, to do regular work. While working there she completed the tenth grade of the evening secondary school and then she entered the secondary school of law. After graduating, she worked at the state police as an investigator and she retired from there. Her husband was a zoo-technician. They have three sons and they raised their children giving them education and making them useful for the nation. She talked a bit about her parents, her parents-in-law, about her family and her work.
She did her job perfectly well, she is proud of her work. The one who works should have work responsibility. Legal work is a work that makes happy someone and offends the other. Thus she talked about her the peculiarities of her job and recalled how she used to manage her work and personal life. She also spoke of her childhood. She cares about the nation and did everything for its sake. She has developed the nation. She had the people acquire education and culture. She said she has been connected with the MPRP all her life. She also spoke of her views on democracy. Owing to her striving to work with all her might her children are living a decent life. 'I’m not the one who flatters and crawls. I’m the one who I am. Perhaps some of my children have copied my nature.; She briefly spoke of her children, how they got educated and about her living.