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Arun Kumar's family awaits his body

Staff Reporter

HYDERABAD: Three days after the tragic death of Arun Kumar Narote, an Indian student shot dead by masked robbers in Bridgeport City of USA, his family is still clueless on when the body will arrive here.

His parents were still in the dark about the fate of their son. As his father Dhondiba Rao is a cardiac patient, family members were hesitating to tell him the truth. The parents were informed that the boy had an accident and was in a coma.

“His father is already mentally anguished. We have not yet told him of the news of Arun,” said a family friend. His mother Shakuntala too was still hoping for her son to call. “The body should have left on Friday. But it all depends on the Indian embassy officials in U.S.,” Omkar, a family member said. Except BJP leader Bandaru Dattatreya, no official or politician has visited the Narotes.

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