Vizag student Anudeep drowns in lake in Australia

A 24-year-old B Tech graduate from Vizag who went for higher studies to Australia drowned in a lake at Melbourne on Wednesday.

Published: 15th December 2016 06:47 PM  |   Last Updated: 15th December 2016 07:27 PM   |  A+A-

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By Express News Service

VISAKHAPATNAM: A 24-year-old B Tech graduate from Vizag drowned in a lake in Melbourne, Australia on Wednesday.

According to information reaching here, Anudeep Kumar's parents, who live in Kapparada locality of Vizag, came to know that he had gone with his friends to the lake for a swim and drowned. It is learnt that his body has been retrieved from the lake.

After completion of his B Tech degree, Anudeep went to Australia to pursue an MS degree in February this year. Anudeep's father V Krishnamurthy works for Oriental Insurance in Vizag.

Krishnamurthy said Anudeep knew how to swim. The family has requested the government to contact the Australian embassy to arrange for the body to be flown to Visakhapatnam.


 

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