Sangareddy Youth Shot At In The US Out Of Danger, Informs Sushma Swaraj
New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, is always alert when it comes to the issue of Indians abroad. A young Telanganite who was shot at in California earlier this week is now out of danger, she said.
Late on Thursday night, Sushma Swaraj tweeted, “I have received the report from our consulate in San Francisco.”
“The victim Mubeen Ahmed works at a gas station. A gunman demanded money from Mubeen and then fired at him,” she added.
“He is admitted in the Eden Medical Centre CA. Fortunately, Mubeen is now out of danger. We are following up the case with the police”
Mubeen Ahmed who hails from Sangareddy district of Telangana was shot twice in the stomach at his work place. He was taken to a hospital nearby for treatment, where he underwent surgery. Son of an air force employee Mujeeb, Mubeen Ahmed completed B Tech in Hyderabad and went to the US in 2015 for pursuing higher studies.
Though the incident took place on June 4 around 6 pm, the family was informed a day later. His family said that some people posing as customers got into an argument with Mubeen and later fired at him.