Is the community safe in the US? is a question that needs to be answered after a total of six killings, including one of an eight-month-old baby, within the span of a week. indians make up the highest-earning ethnic group in the US with over 4.5 million residents. President Joe Biden recently stated publicly: "It's incredible how many Americans with indian ancestry are now in positions of power, including Vinay, my speechwriter, and my vice president, Kamala harris (Vinay Reddy)... You guys are amazing!"

As one struggled to process the shock of learning that four Sikh family members, ranging in age from eight months to 39 years, had been discovered dead in California, the news that varun manish Chheda, a 20-year-old student, had been fatally stabbed on the campus of Purdue university sent shockwaves racing throughout the indian community worldwide. Gurpreet Kaur Dosanjh, a Walmart clerk, was shot dead earlier this week and then thrown inside a vehicle in a parking lot in San Jose, California.

Satnam Singh, 31, was fatally shot in an SUV parked across the street from his New York home in june of this year. This occurred just days after telangana resident Sai Charan Nakka, 25, died in maryland from what seemed to be a gunshot wound to the head. In addition to the horrific murders, Indian-Americans have had to deal with racial epithets, attacks, hate crime robberies, and destruction of their homes on a regular basis. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reports that there were 161 anti-Asian hate crimes in 2019 and 279 in 2020. According to the FBI, who broke down crimes by religion, there were 54 anti-Sikh offences in 2019 and 89 in 2020.

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