GREENWOOD — The push for answers continued at a prayer vigil in Greenwood Thursday night for the victim of the Fedex Ground Facility Mass Shooting.
It has been a week since shock waves ripped throughout Central Indiana after eight Hoosiers were killed.
The vigil took place in Greenwood because it's where one of the victims, Jaswinder Singh, lived. His family held up a picture of him throughout the vigil.
Leaders in the community spoke to the crowd, offering words of comfort and support during this terrible tragic time. Sundeep Singh did however make it clear: the Sikh Community wants investigators to try and figure out the motive behind this mass shooting.
"We can keep offering the prayers but we need to get answers. The Sikh community demands answers. We will keep pushing authorities to keep investigating and keep us updated on all developments," Sundeep said.
As the vigil came to a close, dozens of people came up to the pictures of the victims. They placed candles in front of all of them.
"It would be injustice if we didn't honor the other four families as well," Inderpreet Kaur with the Sikh Coalition said.
Kaur said their faith calls on them to care about everyone in the community.
"Community is a really strong importance in our faith," Kaur said. "We call it sangat. Sangat literally means same thought, people working together to empower the community."
Keeping with that sense of community, the Sikh Coalition says they will continue supporting those impacted by this tragedy, advocating for them to get answers.
"We just want to make sure there's a through investigation. We want to make sure not just Sikh families but that anyone else that works at FedEx is properly taken care and they now what happened," Kaur said.More Stories on the FedEx Mass Shooting: The Facts: What we know about the deadly mass shooting at an Indy FedEx facility | Timeline: Deadly mass shooting at FedEx facility in Indy | These are their faces: The victims of the FedEx mass shooting | Brandon Hole: What we know about the Indy FedEx mass shooter | Funeral plans for Indianapolis FedEx shooting victims | Marion Co. Prosecutor describes Red Flag status of FedEx mass shooter | Police union president blasts Marion County prosecutor for not using red flag law against FedEx assailant | IMPD observed white supremacist websites on FedEx shooting suspect's computer in 2020 | Calls for stricter gun legislation in Indiana following FedEx mass shooting | How Indiana's Jake Laird Law works | Mental health experts urge Hoosiers who are hurting after the FedEx shooting to seek help | Reminder: What you should do in an active shooter situation