Ground Report | New Delhi: Who was Anjali Ryot Killed in Mexico; Two tourists died and three were injured was the balance left a shooting that took place inside a restaurant bar located in the municipality of Tulum. Among the victims was Anjali Ryot, an influencer from India who was dedicated to posting travel-related content.
Who was Anjali Ryot Killed in Mexico
Anjali Ryot was a 25-year-old who was constantly visiting various sites around the world in order to create content to feed her social networks and travel blogs.
Originally from India and residing in California, United States, the influencer arrived in Mexico on Monday, October 18, which is confirmed by the images she shared on her Instagram account – where she had more than 42 thousand followers – from the Cielo Maya hotel in Tulum.
Before the video, Ryot also shared photographs where she was inside the Funky Geisha Tulum bar, as well as another snapshot where she is inside the aforementioned hotel.
On her Instagram profile, she has more than 40 thousand followers and a wide variety of images that show her travels around the world. Among the places visited are Puerto Rico, Italy, the Philippines, and various destinations in the United States in Hawaii, San Francisco, or California, where she lived.
In addition to her work in social networks, Ryot also worked as a systems engineer in the social network Linkedin.
During the last years she was also on the island of Kauai in Hawaii; In Puerto Rico; in Antalya, Turkey; on Boracay Island in the Philippines; Tokyo, in Japan; Florence, in Italy and of course, India, the country where she was born, specifically in Himachal Pradesh.
How was the attack on this bar in Tulum?
According to investigations by the Quintana Roo Attorney General’s Office, around 10 p.m. on Wednesday, the shots began on Main Avenue and some projectiles entered the La Malquerida bar where tourists, mostly foreigners, were present.
The exchange of shots reached 5 tourists: Anjali Ryot, who died at the scene, as well as two men and two women who were taken to a hospital, where one of them, a German national, died.