Another Indian student dies in America, 10th incident of this year

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  • A student has died while studying in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • The name of the deceased student was Uma Satya Sai Gadde
  • Consul General of India in New York gave information on social media

The cases of deaths of Indian students in America are not stopping. Another Indian student has died in America’s Ohio state. The police is investigating the matter. The Consulate General of India in New York gave this information on Friday. The student has been identified as Uma Satya Sai Gadde, who was studying from Cleveland, Ohio. “Deeply saddened by the unfortunate death of Indian student Uma Satya Sai in Cleveland, Ohio,” India’s Consul General in New York said in a post on social media platform X.


The ambassador gave all assurances

The Consulate General of India has assured that all possible assistance is being provided to the family, including facilities to transport the body to India. The embassy said police are investigating the case and are in touch with the family in India. All possible assistance is being provided, including sending the student’s body to India as soon as possible. It is noteworthy that since the beginning of 2024, nine Indians and students of Indian origin have died in America and this is the 10th case.

Last month i.e. in March, 20-year-old Indian student Abhijit Parchuru, a native of Burripalem in Guntur district of Andhra Pradesh, was murdered in America. Abhijeet studied engineering from Boston University. According to the student’s family, he was murdered by an unknown person on the university campus on March 11 and his body was left in a car in the forest. Following a complaint by a friend, police found the student’s body when officials traced it based on the location of her mobile phone.

Fluttering among Indians

Apart from this, Neel Acharya, a student of Indian origin studying at Purdue University, was also found dead this year. Indian student Shreyas Reddy was also murdered. Vivek Saini, living in Georgia, America, was also found dead.

These incidents have worried the more than 300,000 students of Indian origin living in the United States. Due to these incidents, students of the Indian community are facing many challenges. Pushing them into things like mental stress and isolation. Experts have stressed the need to increase awareness and support systems to address the mental health concerns of international students.

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