An Indian American techie from Allahabad, who has been missing in the US for the last several months, is still untraceable. The father of 40-year old Dilip Kumar has now written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and external affairs minister Sushma Swaraj for help.
The father must be feeling let down as there is no information about the 40-year old man who is missing for the last three months. Dilip Kumar was a long term employee of software giant Microsoft in San Jose, California.
Of late Indians in United States seem to be having very tough time. There are numerous incidents of hate crime against Indian Americans. While there is nothing to suspect about this angle in the missing incident of Microsoft’s Dilip Kumar, but more than half a dozen people of Indian American community have lost their lives in mysterious circumstances since January this year. This excludes the death of father-son duo two days ago in Mississippi state.
A Hindustan Times report says that Brij Bihari Lal Srivastava, father of the missing techie has revealed that he last spoke to his son on March 15 and since then there has been no communication with him. The report suggests that the San Jose police registered a case on May 14 based on a missing complaint lodged by the family and have started their investigation. Officials, according to the media reports claim that San Jose Police believe the techie has not left California. According to media reports, the location of his mobile phone was found inside his residence. However, they are clueless about Dilip Kumar’s whereabouts.
Reports suggest that Kumar’s father has also approached the US embassy for help. “The external affairs ministry has assured all possible help,” he reportedly said. Kumar went to the US after completing his studies around eight years ago. Before switching over to the Microsoft, he had worked with the TCS. He is reportedly married to an American woman, Irian Wilson.