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Another Indian Student Goes Missing in US

© Sputnik / Stringer / Go to the mediabankPolice car is seen after a rally in Washington, the United States.
Police car is seen after a rally in Washington, the United States. - Sputnik India, 1920, 09.05.2024
Several students have died in the US since the start of the year raising safety concerns. Indian diplomatic missions in the US had reached out to the students in March this year and assured them of all possible help.
Another Indian student in the US has been missing since week and Indian Consulate in Chicago on Wednesday expressed concern over it.
Notably, Rupesh Chandra Chintakindi has been missing since May 2 and the Consulate General of India in Chicago has said that it is in touch with the local police as well as Indian diaspora to locate him.
“The Consulate is deeply concerned learning that Indian student Rupesh Chandra Chintakindi is incommunicado since 2nd May. Consulate is in touch with the police and the Indian diaspora hoping to locate/reestablish contact with Rupesh,” the Consulate General of India in Chicago said in a tweet.
Meanwhile, the Chicago police have requested the people to share the information about Rupesh if they locate him. As per the statement of the police, the student was missing from the 4300 block of N Sheridan Road.
Since the start of the year, reports of attacks on Indian students in the US have been coming out. In April, an Indian student named Mohammed Abdul Arfath was found dead in the US state of Ohio after being missing since March.
“Anguished to learn that Mr. Mohammed Abdul Arfath, for whom search operation was underway, was found dead in Cleveland, Ohio. Our deepest condolences to Mr Mohammed Arfath's family", the Consulate General of India in New York had said in a post on X.
In the same month, Uma Satya Sai Gadde, an Indian student in Cleveland, Ohio, died and a police investigation is underway.
Earlier in February, an Indian student faced a brutal attack in Chicago. Following the attack, the Indian Consulate in Chicago stated that it was in touch with the victim, Syed Mazahir Ali, as well as his wife in India.
photo, emergency vehicles respond in the Queens borough of New York. That long, droning police and ambulance siren that has become part of the soundtrack of New York City for generations could be changing. - Sputnik India, 1920, 09.04.2024
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