India has taken up the case vehemently against the US murder of dancer Amarnath Ghose

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India has taken up the case vehemently against the US murder of dancer Amarnath Ghose

Well-known TV actress Devoleena Bhattacharjee asked the Indian Embassy for assistance in locating her friend, a dancer, who had been shot in the US.
Amarnath Ghosh, a Kolkata-born Bharatnatyam and Kuchupudi dancer, was shot and killed in Missouri on Tuesday night. Deepest sympathies were sent to Ghosh's family and friends by the Office of the Consulate General of India in Chicago, which also stated that it is "following up forensic, investigation with police & providing support."

Prominent TV actor Devoleena Bhattacharjee had stated on social media that his friend Ghosh had been shot and killed in the St. Louis Academy neighborhood, and she had asked the Indian Embassy to assist in locating his body. Bhattacharjee added that at the time, neither the cause of Amarnath Ghosh's death nor the specifics of the accused were known.

The explanation, however, is that the accused has not yet disclosed all of the details, or it's possible that just his few friends remain in his family to fight for it. His home was in Kolkata. She said that he was an excellent dancer who was pursuing PHD when he was shot numerous times by an unidentified person while out for a stroll in the evening.

There has been no information regarding the efforts of certain friends in the US to claim the remains.
Please have @IndianEmbassyUS take care of it if you could. She tagged External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in her comment, saying, "At least we should know the reason behind his murder."
Following the death of Amarnath Ghosh, the Consulate General declared that it is "extending all help to relatives."

investigated the disgusting gun attack with the University and St. Louis police, taking a strong stance in the matter.

There has been a noticeable increase in attacks in the US against Indian nationals and others of Indian descent.

According to a statement released by the White House last week, US President Joe Biden and his administration are making a lot of effort to stop and prevent attacks against Indian and Indian American children.
Violence is never justified, regardless of one's color, gender, religion, or any other aspect of one's identity. When asked about the spate of attacks on Indian and Indian American students, John Kirby, the coordinator for strategic communications at the National Security Council in the White House, told reporters that was just not acceptable in the United States.

To ensure that we're doing everything in our power to collaborate with state and local authorities to try to thwart and disrupt those kinds of attacks and send a clear message to anyone who might consider them that they will be held appropriately accountable, the president and this administration have been working extremely hard, Kirby said.