New Delhi, Feb 28: We all reacted in our own ways to the tragic murder of Indian-origin techie Srinivas Kuchibhotla, 32, in Kansas, US, last week. An Indian artist too expressed his feelings to the whole 'bizarre' episode where an innocent person is shot dead because of his race, religion or ethnicity.
Painter Narendra Singh from Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, created a huge painting to pay tributes to Srinivas. In the same art work, along with Srinivas seen resting in his grave, the figure of US President Donald Trump in his usual 'provocative' style catches the attention of viewers.
Without mincing any words, Singh--who like many believe that the current tension against immigrants in the US is the result of hate speeches by Trump--asked the President from restricting himself from continuing with his tirade against immigrants and Muslims.
"Moradabad: A painter Narendra Singh pays tribute to #KansasKilling victim, asks US President to refrain from making racist comments," reported ANI.
The body of Srinivas arrived in Hyderabad, his home town, late Monday night. His last rites will take place on Tuesday. Srinivas and his friend Alok Madasani (32) were shot fire guns by 51-year-old US navy veteran Adam Purinton at a bar in Kansas. Luckily, Alok, who was injured in the attack, survived. American native Ian Grillot (24), who came to the rescue of two Indian men, took bullet shots during the attack. Currently, Ian is undergoing treatment at a hospital.