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Jaahnavi Kandula death: India demands probe after US cop mocks incident | Oneindia News

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Jaahnavi Kandula death: India demands probe after US cop mocks incident | Oneindia News

Jaahnavi Kandula death: India demands probe after US cop mocks incident | Oneindia News

India has demanded a probe into the death of an Indian student, Jaahnavi Kandula, who was hit and killed by a police car as she was crossing a street in Seattle, United States.

This comes amid massive outrage over a purported bodycam video in which a police officer is heard joking and laughing about Kandula’s death.

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