22 June 2016 (Hyderabad): In a shocking incident, two Indian young men’s drown into the river while picnicking in separate destination in US, says the families of the deceased.
According to the source, Namboori Sridatta (25) is from Vanasthalipuram in Hyderabad. He is an employee with the TCS in Arizona. He has gone to US five years ago for his educational purposes and after the completion of his studies from the Arizona University, he has started working with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS).
As per the report, the incident took place when Namboori and his friends went for a picnic at a waterfall on Sunday in US after which he slipped and fell into the water and drown. Namboori was expected to come home by the early next month, but yesterday the families have received shocking news of their son’s dead, said an inconsolable father, NVM Swamy, a private employee.
According to the reports, Namboori slipped and fell into the water. The rescue teams have recovered the body of the deceased.
The incident occurred on Sunday but of late Namboori’s family received the information on Monday.
The family members are seeking a petition to the Indian Government to make an arrangements so that Nimboori’s body to be brought back home early.
In another shocking incident, second year MS student in California, P Naresh (24) drowned after he slipped and fell into the water during a picnic in Livermore River Park on Sunday.
According to the source, P Naresh is a resident of Krishna District in Andhra Pradesh. He is in California for his studies.
The incident occurred when Naresh and his friends were on a picnic. They were picnicking in a river park and were on a boat ride after which he slipped and fell into the water and have drowned.
The police have recovered the body after the search operation has been conducted by the local police.
The death of the youth has shattered the dreams of the poor family members in Bandipalem Village.
According to the Naresh’s father, Mr Purnaiah, a farmer said that his son had just rang him recently stating that he would be doing a part time job and will send money home from the next month onwards.
The deceased family members have urged the Indian Government to make arrangements in order to bring the body back home