Members of the Indian community in Mexico marched from the column of the Angel of Independence to the Mahatma Gandhi monument in Polanco, demanding justice for the death of the young Indian murdered during an assault in the middle of Mexico City’s Viaducto.
On Saturday, August 26, a march was held in memory of Ketan Bharabhai Shah, a citizen of India who was assassinated a few days ago in the streets of Mexico City.
The march, organized by the Indian Association of Mexico, began at the Angel of Independence and ended at the statue of Mahatma Gandhi in the capital, located in the Polanco area, where they placed an offering.
“We are grateful to India In Mexico (Embassy of India in Mexico), the Government of Mexico, Alcaldía Cuauhtémoc, as well as members of the expatriate community and friends of Mexico who joined us for this cause,” explained the Indian Association of Mexico in social networks.
“We hope that the investigation will be expedited and that the assailants will be severely punished as soon as possible. This will not stop until justice is done for the family of the dead,” he added.
Ketan Bharabhai Shah, 39, was shot to death on the afternoon of August 19 by hit men on motorcycles on Viaducto Avenue in Mexico City.
The attack occurred right at Enrique Granados Street, Algarín neighborhood, near Eje Central Avenue, where the criminals shot the victim in broad daylight to steal from him $10,000 US dollars in cash.
Source: Lopez Doriga