Priyanka Chopra has reacted to the unlucky flip of occasions that led to the dying of Indian-origin lady, Jaahnavi Kandula. The 23-year-old, who hailed from Andhra Pradesh, died on 23 January after being struck by a Seattle police patrol automobile in the US. Because of the ugly occasion, the actress shared a submit by Folks Journal about Jaahnavi on her Instagram tales. She captioned the submit, “It’s appalling to learn that such a tragic incident that happened 9 months ago is only coming to light now. A life is a life. One cannot put any value on it.”
Within the newest, months after the tragic occasion, a recording from the body-worn digicam exhibits two union leaders from the Seattle Police Division joking about her dying, in accordance with an NBC Information report. The video which is now gaining traction exhibits Officer Daniel Auderer saying ‘she is dead’ earlier than bursting out into laughter.
As per stories, the officer left his physique digicam on after responding to the South Lake Union space. As destiny would have it, a marked patrol automobile pushed by Kevin Dave struck and killed Jaahnavi Kandula.
Who was Jaahnavi Kandula?
As per media stories, Jaahnavi Kandula was a resident of Andhra Pradesh in India. The 23-year-old pupil was pursuing a Grasp’s diploma from the Northeastern College campus in South Lake Union. She was set to graduate in December.
Farhan Akhtar condoled Jaahnavi’s dying
Earlier, filmmaker-actor Farhan Akhtar additionally took to Instagram to increase his condolences. Calling Jaahnavi ‘a student preparing to make a place for herself in the world’, the 49-year-old described her potential as ‘limitless’ and her worth as ‘immeasurable’. “Condolences to your family. RIP,” wrote the Bhaag Milkha Bhaag star, including an image of Jaahnavi.
Following Jaanhavi’s dying, Northeastern College introduced she would obtain her diploma posthumously. “The university plans to award Jaahnavi her degree posthumously and present it to her family,” the varsity said on its Fb web page. The important thing announcement was made by Chancellor of the College, Kenneth W Henderson affirming that the continued investigation will deliver a measure of justice and accountability.