Indian Community Enraged With Cop Reaction To Indian’s Death!
"Yeah, just write a check. Eleven thousand dollars. She was 26 anyways she had limited value," the cop was heard saying in the video.By: Tupaki Desk | 14 Sep 2023 7:49 AM GMT
The Indian community across the world was in shock after the inhumane reaction of a cop to the death of 23-year-old Indian student Jaahnavi Kandula, who was killed by a police vehicle. Joking the death of the student did not go well with the Indians and they are not happy with what has happened.
The video which is doing rounds on social media recorded a police officer mocking the death of the student and said she had a limited value and told the other official to write a cheque. "Yeah, just write a check. Eleven thousand dollars. She was 26 anyway; she had limited value," the cop was heard saying in the video.
One is that she was killed after being hit by a police patrol vehicle in the United States. On top of this, a cop gave a disgusting reaction to this and made fun of her death. The cop also laughed off at the death of the student.
The Consulate General of India (CGI) in San Francisco gave a strong response to this and sought a probe into this. Calling this as Deeply Troubling, the Consulate said “We have taken up the matter strongly with local authorities in Seattle & Washington State as well as senior officials in Washington DC for a thorough investigation & action against those involved in this tragic case”.
Hearing the disgusting comments from Seattle Police Officers' Guild Vice President Daniel Auderer saying she is a regular person and has limited value reminded everyone of Scott Buxton from Rajamouli’s magnum opus RRR. In both incidents, they tried to fix the price of an Indian's life as if they had no value.
Scott Buxton’s dialogues in RRR resulted in the blood of Indians boiling as they thought this was how they were treated. It might be a real scene, but the emotions of Indians were tickled by the dialogue. Now in real life, a cop used similar dialogues while talking about the death of a 23-year-old girl.
23-year-old Jaahnavi Kandula hails from the Kurnool region in Andhra Pradesh. She was pursuing her Masters and she went to Northeastern University's Seattle campus. While she was crossing the road, she was hit by a vehicle.