US: Hyderabad man stabbed to dying in Georgia

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US: Hyderabad man stabbed to dying in Georgia

A 37-year-old man from Hyderabad has been stabbed to dying by unknown individuals in Georgia, the US, his household stated. Mohammed Arif Mohiuddin, who was operating a grocery retailer, was stabbed when he opened the door of his home on the Crawley Avenue in Thomaston metropolis.

The incident occurred on November 1 and his household residing at Chanchalguda within the previous metropolis of Hyderabad learnt about it Monday evening.

Arif’s spouse Mehnaaz Fatima has appealed to Minister for Exterior Affairs Dr. Subrahmanyam Jaishankar to rearrange an emergency visa for her and her father-in-law Khaja Mohiuddin to fly to the US to attend the final rites of her husband.

In a letter to the minister, she additionally urged her to ask the Indian embassy in Washington and the Indian consulate in Atlanta to inquire into his homicide.

Arif has been residing within the US for 10 years and was operating a grocery retailer. He had final visited his household in Hyderabad about 10 months in the past. The couple has a 10-month-old child.

Mehnaaz stated her husband had variations along with his enterprise associate. She stated her husband final spoke to her on November 1. “He stated that he’ll attain residence in 30 minutes and communicate to me however he did not communicate or responded to my calls. By means of some pals I got here to know that my husband has been stabbed to dying and the police have shifted his physique to a close-by hospital,” she wrote to Jaishankar.

Majlis Bachao Tehreek (MBT) chief Amjedullah Khan known as on the household at their residence and consoled them. He urged Telangana’s cupboard minister Okay. T. Rama Rao to request the US consulate in Hyderabad to right away subject visas to Mehnaaz and Khaja Mohiuddin.

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