The recent killing in a barbaric attack in which an innocent Indian-American engineer was killed raises so many questions about the safety and security of foreigners on American soil.
Is this a crime of hate growing among some of the American population against non-English speaking people coming from different countries all over the world or is this a frustration of a bunch of unsuccessful American people who don’t find a career and are not happy in their life as Indian origin people are hardworking and industrious and have a better future opportunities in life; and have a happy family or one of the current American policies to ban immigrants entering the US or changes in immigration policy!
Though, the shooter, a 51 years old man and a US navy veteran has been arrested was raising slogans “get out of my country” during the shooting.
The IT engineer belongs to Hyderabad, an Indian city, was working for a US company.
After the shooting, Srinivas Kuchibhotla and his collegue Alok Madasani were rushed to the hospital; Srinivas badly injured took his last breath in the hospital but his friend was discharged on Thursday.
Such incidents are attributed to President Donald Trump’s speeches he delivered during his campaigns and after winning the presidency elections. There are other minorities such as Muslims and Jews who also reported number of attacks on their institutions.
So, it should be considered that US is no more a safe place for anyone to live?
Srinivas’ father, after his 32 years old son was shot dead, said that America is not a safe place for anyone because instead of a bright career it gives only death to innocent people and bring tears to the parents. So, instead of sending their children to United States, parents should find another place for their children.
Father of Alok Madasani, has the same views after the incident and he said to his son that he should quit his job and come back to India. This is a matter of concerns that the people who are giving their talent to develop the country, but they are asked to give their blood to quench the thirsts of some of the people.