Missing 28-year-old Infosys Software Engineer Ganeshan lost his life in last week’s terror attacks in Brussels. The body will be transported back to India later on Monday evening. Approximately 35 people were killed and over 300 injured after two bombs exploded at Brussels airport and one at Maelbeek metro station last week. 12,000 strong Indian community in Belgium had started an online campaign social network Facebook and Twitter trying to get information about Ganesh through the week. Mr. Ganesan typically rode the Brussels subway around 9 AM. to his job at Infosys, a business-technology consulting firm, his brother Posted on Facebook. The commute took Mr. Ganesan through the Maelbeek station, the site of one of the suicide blasts.
Raghavendran was missing in Brussels since the deadly attacks.The Infosys condoled death of Raghavendran and said it will provide all possible support to the family. External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had last week said the Indian Embassy was making all efforts to trace Ganesh.
Taking on to twitter, Indian PM Modi wrote:
A young life, full of hope & promise cut short by mindless violence… condolences to family of Raghavendran, who lost his life in Brussels.
— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 29, 2016
RIP Raghavendran Ganeshan.
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