Foreign ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said: “They will meet the injured, facilitate in bringing the mortal remains of the deceased and will be in touch with local police officials to ascertain more details of the incident and monitor follow up action.” Andhra Pradesh chief minister N Chandrababu Naidu tweeted: “Saddened to learn about the death of Srinivas Kuchibotla and injuries to Alok Madasani in Kansas.”Shock in India The killing led news bulletins in India and drew strong reactions on social media, amid growing concerns that US President Trump’s “America First” rhetoric on immigration and jobs has fueled a climate of intolerance.“Don’t be shocked! But the Trump administration also has skilled Indian workers like Kuchibhotla in mind as it considers curbing the H-1B visa program, worrying both India’s 0 billion IT services industry and Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government.Probe on The Federal Bureau of Investigation has joined local police in the investigation.“The FBI is investigating to determine if the shooting of Kuchibhotla was a bias-motivated hate crime in violation of the victims’ civil rights,” Eric Jackson, special agent in charge of the FBI’s Kansas City office told reporters at a news conference.“We extend our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Mr. We share their grief, and wish a full and speedy recovery to those who were injured.We share their grief, and wish a full and speedy recovery to those who were injured,” it said.
He was charged with murder and attempted murder on Thursday.He had a master’s degree from the University of Texas, El Paso.Madasani graduated from Vasavi College of Engineering in 2006, and came to the US as a Master’s student at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.“I strongly condemn violence of any kind, especially if it is motivated by prejudice and xenophobia,” Moran said.The US Embassy in New Delhi strongly condemned the shooting in Olathe.
Help pours in A Go Fund Me page set up for Kuchibhotla’s family by his former colleague Kavipriya Muthuramalingam raised $227,401 from more than 6,100 people in about six hours. Another Go Fund Me page - set up for Madasani and Kuchibhotla by Brian Ford, who said he lived about 15 minutes away from the site of the shooting in Olathe - received pledges for $32,660 against a goal of $50,000.