Slain Indian techie’s body to reach Hyderabad

by Abel Hampton March 4, 2017, 0:44

In a Facebook post colored with details of their life together, Dumala describes Kuchibhotla as a simple man who would watch TV shows-his favorites were Person of Interest and Indian Idol-and cherish home-cooked meals. Kuchibhotla's funeral rites were performed at Jubilee Hills Mahaprasthanam in Hyderabad on Tuesday afternoon.

First on her to-do list in Olathe, is thanking Ian Grillot. In an official post, Garmin said: "We're devastated by the senseless tragedy that took the life of one of our associates and friends, Srinivas Kuchibhotla, and injured another, Alok Madasani". "Thanks for having the courage and trying in whatever way possible to save my husband".

"Things turned out differently, I was on my way to India with him in a coffin", she wrote. "I hope you get well soon".

Sunayana also recalled the hard minutes when police officers first arrived at her home on the night of February 22 to tell her Srinivas had been shot dead.

Ms Dumala had earlier said they had stayed in the U.S. despite the apprehensions of their families because her husband was not fearful and refused to abandon "the country he loved".

Before the incident, Kuchibhotla and his wife went to see a doctor as they were planning a child.

"It's so unfortunate that this dream of ours is now shattered".

But Srinivas and Sunayana also anxious about growing violence in America, and tightening immigration laws. He was elated when the Obama administration passed a rule allowing H-4 visa holders, spouses of H-1B workers, to apply for work permits starting early 2015-"not just for me, but for every woman and for those who deserve a career and a chance to fulfill their dreams", Dumala wrote in the post. He told her they need to save money for in-vitro for her to conceive. "He followed them very closely over the internet". There were days when he used to talk about how it's been quite a few years since we applied for our permanent residency card, and he didn't know how much longer we have to wait for it.

Srinivas, she said, taught her to look for the "good" in everyone and hugged her tightly at night when they slept if she was anxious about violence targeting immigrants in America. She recounted him telling her, "Nani (her nickname), now you can work".

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