Indian Woman Shot Dead

Gun violence has sadly become a grim reality across the United States, manifesting anywhere and impacting lives unpredictably.

The Consulate General of India in New York recently tweeted the tragic death of Jasvir Kaur and the severe injuries sustained by Gagandeep Kaur in a shooting on Roosevelt Avenue, Carteret, New Jersey.

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We dug out the details about the incident that revealed a disturbing story, once again drawing attention to gun-related tragedies in the US compared to other nations.

In a shocking development, two Indian women were shot by a young man of Indian origin in New Jersey. Tragically, Jasvir Kaur lost her life, while Gagandeep Kaur remains in critical condition.

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Authorities in Middlesex County, New Jersey, achieved a breakthrough by apprehending 19-year-old Gaurav Gill, who stands accused of firing the shots on Wednesday morning along Roosevelt Avenue.

The incident sent shockwaves through the community, prompting an intense search by Carteret Police, who ultimately located Gaurav in a fenced-in yard along Post Boulevard hours after the shooting.

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The arrest was facilitated by Lara Lorton, a local resident who spotted Gaurav and promptly alerted law enforcement. Her swift action was instrumental in Gaurav’s arrest.

Following the shooting around 9 AM, both victims were airlifted to nearby hospitals, where Jasvir Kaur succumbed to her injuries. Nearby Nicholas Minue School briefly went into lockdown as a precaution.

As investigations continue, authorities have not disclosed any potential motive or connection between Gaurav and the victims. But both seem to belong to the Punjabi community, the killer and the victims. There might be some family dispute behind this shocking incident.

The easy accessibility of firearms in the US, coupled with the belief in gun ownership as a fundamental right by many, is making things worse in the US.




The escalating gun violence in the US serves as a stark reminder of the challenges within a nation that often sees itself as a global beacon of peace and progress, yet struggles to protect its own citizens from such tragic events.