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Hatred towards Indians is increasing in America. After threatening the common people, now Indian-American lawmaker Pramila Jayapal has been threatened over the phone. A person called him and said abusive words and warned him to return to India.

Chennai-born MP Jayapal on Thursday shared five threatening audio messages on social media. Those parts of these messages have been edited, in which obscene and indecent words have been made. In this threatening message, a person can be heard threatening them of dire consequences and going back to their native country of India.

In a tweet, Jayapal clarified why he thought it appropriate to make the threatening messages public. He said politicians often do not expose their security threats. But we cannot accept violence as the new normal. We also cannot accept the racism and sexism that is at the root of this violence and encourages it.
Jayapal, 55, is the first Indian-American lawmaker to represent Seattle in the US House of Representatives.

Threats were given earlier
Earlier in the summer, a man had shown a pistol outside the lawmaker’s residence in Seattle. Police had identified the man as Brett Forsell, who was arrested.

recent third case
The latest threat case reflects the growing hatred of the American community towards Indian-Americans. In the same month, on September 1, an Indian-origin was abused while making a victim of hatred in California. Earlier on August 26, in Texas, an Indian-American woman was publicly assaulted by a Mexican-American woman.

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Hatred towards Indians is increasing in America. After threatening the common people, now Indian-American lawmaker Pramila Jayapal has been threatened over the phone. A person called him and said abusive words and warned him to return to India.

Chennai-born MP Jayapal on Thursday shared five threatening audio messages on social media. Those parts of these messages have been edited, in which obscene and indecent words have been made. In this threatening message, a person can be heard threatening them of dire consequences and going back to their native country of India.

In a tweet, Jayapal clarified why he thought it appropriate to make the threatening messages public. He said politicians often do not expose their security threats. But we cannot accept violence as the new normal. We also cannot accept the racism and sexism that is at the root of this violence and encourages it.

Jayapal, 55, is the first Indian-American lawmaker to represent Seattle in the US House of Representatives.

Threats were given earlier

Earlier in the summer, a man had shown a pistol outside the lawmaker’s residence in Seattle. Police had identified the man as Brett Forsell, who was arrested.

recent third case

The latest threat case reflects the growing hatred of the American community towards Indian-Americans. In the same month, on September 1, an Indian-origin was abused while making a victim of hatred in California. Earlier on August 26, in Texas, an Indian-American woman was publicly assaulted by a Mexican-American woman.

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