In Ohio, the Indian-American community is dealing with the sad news of Shreyas Reddy Benigeri passing away. He was a student at the Lindner School of Business, University of Cincinnati. The Consulate General of India in New York confirmed the news on Thursday, expressing deep sorrow over the incident.
While the local police are still investigating, the Consulate stressed that there is currently no suspicion of foul play. Even though there is limited information, the Consulate is actively helping the Shreyas Reddy family during this tough time.
The Consulate is regularly talking to the family and offering all possible assistance. The Shreyas Reddy family in India has been told about the tragedy, and arrangements are being made for his father to travel from India to Ohio.
This sad event follows other upsetting incidents involving Indian students in the United States. The Consulate’s statement refers to the recent deadly attack on 25-year-old Vivek Saini in Georgia and the tragic death of 18-year-old Akul B. Dhawan at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Akul B Dhawan, found dead with signs of hypothermia, passed away just last month. Dhawan had gone missing on January 20 and was found almost 10 hours later on the back porch of a building near the university campus in west Urbana, Illinois.
These incidents highlight the importance of student safety, prompting a broader conversation about measures to protect international students. As investigations continue, the Indian community in the United States and worldwide mourns the loss of these promising young individuals and hopes for a thorough and clear resolution to these cases.
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