Indian Embassy in US says it is in contact with Sai Charan’s family to facilitate speedy repatriation of mortal remains

The Indian Embassy in the United States said it was in close contact with the family of Nakka Sai Charan to facilitate the speedy repatriation of his remains. He was pronounced dead after being shot in the head.

Nakka Sai Charan was found with gunshot wounds in Maryland. (File photo)

The Indian Embassy in the United States said on Thursday it was in close contact with the family of Nakka Sai Charan to facilitate the speedy repatriation of the remains of the 25-year-old man from Telangana who was declared died after apparently being shot in the head in Maryland.

Sai Charan was found injured with an apparent gunshot wound inside a silver Hyundai Tucson SUV in Baltimore, Maryland. He was immediately rushed to a trauma center, where he was pronounced dead, local media reported Monday.

“We learned of the unfortunate death of Nakka Sai Charan in the early morning hours of Sunday, June 19, 2022 in Baltimore, Maryland. Baltimore police have yet to release further details about the circumstances of the death as the investigation is ongoing. course,” the Indian embassy here said in a brief statement.

The embassy is in close contact with the victim’s family and members of the diaspora to facilitate the speedy repatriation of Sai Charan’s mortal remains, the statement added.

Sai Charan’s family resides in the town of Nalgonda in Telangana.

His father N Narasimha said his son flew to the United States in August 2020.

After completing his MS course, he had been working in Maryland for six months. Narasimha had spoken to her son on Friday.

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