Adhikari’s slaying has raised a question on Security Situation of the Bhutanese in US.

Tilak Atreya
The heinous slaying of a resettled Bhutanese refugee, Hari Adhikari, on Sunday by an unidentified gunman in Jacksonville under Florida state hasn’t only left his family at lurch, hasn’t only aggrieved relatives and the whole community folks, but also has clearly shown as to how safe and secured the resettled life of the Refugees in US is. Indeed, this incident is just a tip of the iceberg. Thousands of other Bhutanese refugees across United States are complaining that they have been assaulted, threatened, beaten or robbed at gunpoint. Continue reading