How to get a good deal at the NMSU bookstore in Denver
Denver (USA) (AFP) 1st February, 2020 10:11:00-0602(India) NMSU Bookstore in Denver, CO has been a staple of many Indian Americans for years.
Now, the Indian American community in Denver is in for a shock as it has been forced to shut down the store after the owners were found guilty of racial discrimination.
NMSUs books are a popular option among the Indian community and were the main reason for the bookstore’s popularity in the Denver area.
The owner of the bookstore, Prabhudhar Rao, is currently serving a two-year prison sentence for violating the Indian Americans civil rights act.
“We were really happy when Prabhar Rao came back from prison to work with us and to continue to serve the community,” said D’Vita Ghatak, one of the owners.
“We wanted to be there to support him and help him succeed in his business and we were not disappointed in the result.
He has a really nice attitude.
We had a lot of support from other Indians who knew him, as well as from the community, as we always do.
We were not happy about it, but we are so happy to have found the right people for us to work for,” said Ghatkak.
The owners of NMSUs bookstore in the city were found not guilty of violating the Civil Rights Act.
According to the verdict, Rao and other staff members discriminated against Indian Americans by failing to provide adequate space and space to Indians.
Rao has since been placed on administrative leave.
Ghatak told news.com.au that Rao and his team at the store were looking forward to opening another store in the future.
“They are really excited about this opportunity,” she said.
“As soon as we get the decision, we will start working on getting the doors open.
The next store is scheduled to open in the spring of 2021.”
I think it is going to be a wonderful opportunity for us, the people of the city, to continue our business,” she added.
As part of the appeal, the owner of NmsUs bookstore, who was found guilty, was ordered to pay $4,500 in compensation to the IndianAmerican community.
If the store is unable to reopen in the next two years, it is possible that the entire Indian American bookstore could be shut down, according to the news.
(Reporting by Shanti D’Souza; Editing by Alistair Bell)