Indian doctor discovered shot dead in his car in Michigan
Express News Global
Updated:Friday, 06 May 2017
Dr Ramesh Kumar, a doctor in Michigan, was discovered shot dead in his car in Detroit on Thursday. He was 32.
Kumar was the child of Dr Narendra Kumar, a previous leader of the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) and the Association of Kerala Medical Graduates. Dr Ramesh, who was found on the traveler side of his car, was an inhabitant in urology at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.
On Thursday, when he didn’t appear for work at the doctor’s facility, Dr Mani Menon, head of the division, called his dad to get some information about the nonappearance, which he esteemed strange. At the point when Narendra Kumar’s few telephone calls and instant messages to his child went unanswered, he headed to his child’s loft. Discovering no one there, he alarmed the police. Be that as it may, the police requesting that he hold up since the child had been lost for just a couple of hours.
Following a couple of hours had slipped by and there was no reaction from Ramesh Kumar, his dad called the police once more, and they began exploring.
By 5 pm, his auto was found at a lay zone on the thruway with the body on the traveler situate. By 10:30 pm, the body was distinguished and the police educated the guardians.
A dissection is being led today. Police have not yet found an intention in the murder. The family does not think it was a detest wrongdoing.
Ramesh Kumar was an alum of Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences in Kochi, India.
The private memorial service will be hung on Monday.
A petition administration will be held at the home of Dr. Narendra Kumar on May 7 Sunday at 11 am. 3 East Grove Court, Freeland, MI-48623