Indian grad killed in Pennsylvania car accident; consulate extends assistance


New York: A 24-year-old Indian, who completed her graduation last year, died in a tragic car accident in the US state of Pennsylvania.
Arshia Joshi He lost his life in a car accident in Pennsylvania on March 21, the Consulate General of India in New York said in a post on Twitter on Saturday, expressing its deepest condolences to his family.
The Consulate said it is in touch with Joshi's family and is providing all possible assistance to bring his mortal remains to India as soon as possible.
In a post on Twitter, the Indian Consulate in New York said, “Our deepest condolences to the family of Ms Arshia Joshi, a young professional who lost her life in a tragic car accident in Pennsylvania on March 21. May her soul rest in peace. ” Calmness.”

Volunteer-based non-profit organization Team Aid is also actively involved in facilitating the transportation of Joshi's mortal remains to his family in Delhi.
Team Aid's main mission is to assist members of the Indian community who face distressing situations such as accidents, suicides, murders or sudden deaths in the US.
Team Aid founder Mohan Nannapaneni reportedly said, “Amid a series of tragic events, our hearts are heavy with grief.”
According to Nannapaneni, during the past week alone, Team Aid oversaw the repatriation of the remains of five individuals to India and coordinated three local funerals.
Currently, Nannapaneni and his team are actively assisting many additional families in arranging for the transportation of the bodies of their loved ones from the United States and Canada to India.
, with inputs from agencies)

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