External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj has said that India has received a report on the death of an Indian in an event of firing in Washington, Washington and she is interacting with agencies investigating the incident. The Minister said that Indian consulate located in San Francisco is helping the families of 26-year-old Vikram Jairal. It is worth mentioning that two masked armed robbers had allegedly shot Jayyal and killed him in the murder. The minister tweeted, “I have received reports on the tragic death of Indian citizen Vikram Jayyal in an event of firing in Washington, USA.”
The minister has made several tweets on this incident. The minister said, “The victim was only 26 years old and had reached the US 25 days ago. He was working at a gas station of his family friend. “Jairal Yakima was working as a clerk at the AM-PM gas station in the city and at the time of the incident, he was behind the counter. Jairal’s family had sought the help of the external affairs minister to bring his body to India yesterday.
Swaraj said, “On April 6, two mischievous elements arrived at the shop at one and thirty minutes in the afternoon and took cash from the victim and shot them on their chest. He died in this incident. “He said,” We are in talks with agencies investigating this incident. They have got CCTV footage and efforts are on to catch the culprits. “They said,” Our consulate in San Francisco is helping the family and taking information of the matter with the police officers. “Jairal of Punjab We’re living in Hoshiarpur.