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Miami: A student from Hyderabad has been shot dead by an unidentified gunman in the US, according to his family.

Sai Kiran Goud was killed by a group of unidentified men in Miami, Florida on Sunday.

The 21 year old was apparently waylaid by a group of suspected robbers. When he refused to handover his iPhone, a gunman opened fire, killing him instantaneously.

Sai had gone to the US last month and was pursuing his masters at a university in Miami.

The news shocked Sai’s parents and other family members. A pall of gloom descended on the house of the youth in Kushaiguda area.

Sai’s family has appealed to Telangana and the central government to help bring the body home.

 

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