• Thursday, December 01, 2022


Kansas hate crime survivor ‘grateful to be alive’

Alok Madsani

By: Sarwar Alam

“I am just grateful to be alive”. This is how Alok Madsani, an Indian engineer who was critically injured in a hate crime incident in Kansas city in which his colleague Srinivas Kuchibhotla was killed by a white American, described the chilling episode. Madasani, 32, continues to wrestle with why he and his friend ended up at the Austins Bar and Grill that night in Kansas City, Missouri where Adam Purinton opened fire on them after hurling racial slurs “terrorist” and “get out of my country”. “I still don’t want to believe what’s happening. Words can’t describe how much I am…

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