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Sunday, April 21, 2024

Another Bharatiya student killed: Is now the time for issuing a Canada-Like advisory for US?

“Another Indian student killed: Is now the time for issuing a Canada-Like advisory for US?”, Swarajyamag, March 19, 2024:

“One more Indian student has been killed in the United States (US). Twenty-year-old Paruchuri Abhijit, a resident of Guntur, Andhra Pradesh, was found dead in a forest. Abhijit was an engineering student in the prestigious Boston University. Police suspect that attackers killed him for money and laptop, then dumped his body.  Not A One-Off Incident Within the first 80 days of 2024 alone, nine Indian or Indian-origin Americans (mostly students) have died under mysterious circumstances or have been killed.

On 1 March 2024, Amarnath Ghosh, a 34-year-old trained classical dancer and a student of Washington University was also shot dead in St Louis, Missouri. The first such incident this year was reported on 16 January when 25-year old Vivek Saini was hammered to death by a drug addict. Other victims include Neel Acharya, Shreyas Reddy Benigeri, Akul Dhawan, 41-year-old IT executive Vivek Taneja, and 23-year-old Sameer Kamath among others.

In Dhawan’s case, his father alleged police inaction on the issue. What Are Authorities Doing? On 10 February 2024, Eric Garcetti, US Ambassador to India assured Indian students that the US is “a wonderful place to study and to be safe”. On 16 February, 2024, the Joe Biden administration also released a statement to similar effect…..”

Read the full article at Swarajyamag.com

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