Even Before forgetting the hate crime Incident that killed Indian engineer Srinivas Kuchibhotla in a bar in Kansas City on Wednesday another such racist incident took place in New York city on Indian origin Girl. Without any doubt Racism & Hate Crimes has become a major problem in the United States, post Donald Trump’s presidency especially on Asian Immigrants.
Ekta Desai, an Indian-origin girl residing in the US recently posted a video revealing the abusive remarks thrown at her while travelling on a train in New York. There were other passengers on the train who tried to stop the man from being aggressive.
In her post uploaded on Facebook, she said, “this man said, from “Asian piece of shit to I will F¥*€k you all right here to get your F¥*€k!%g ^$$es back to your country etc etc etc.”
By the time the cops arrived, the guy had already left with his friends.
Here’s the complete text from Ekta Desai’s Facebook post of this video:
“So this is something that happened while I was on my way from work today!!
This man was on the same PATH train as me along with 100 other passengers, I had my headphones on and was like any other day. Next thing I know he is yelling on my face (Did not bother to listen/ react). Knowing its pointless I step away, next target alongside an asian lady! From Christoher St- till Newport the things this man said, from “asian piece of shit to I will F¥*€k you all right here to get your F¥*€k!%g ^$$es back to your country etc etc etc” (putting it in the best words here) he went on relentlessly!! When we decided to take action against the abuse/threats, this is how it went!! So who exactly is taking up his job!!?? 😑
P.S: not sure the cops found him or even took any action, though they showed up 15 mins after all this drama and he walked away with his friends! And people need to grow some balls
Check out the video below..
Racism is still a matter of concern in many countries. With US President Donald Trump’s travel ban order against immigrants, it has only gained momentum, especially in the United States from past couple of months.