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Brussels Attacks : Infosys Employee Ganesan's Body Brought To Chennai for Last Rites

The body was brought to the Chennai International Airport via Abu Dhabi, which takes around 14.30 hours.

Published: 29th March 2016 03:11 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th March 2016 04:20 PM   |  A+A-

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File pic of Raghavendra Ganeshan. | PTI

CHENNAI: Mortal remains of Infosys employee Raghavendra Ganeshan, who was killed in the Brussels terror attacks, was brought to Chennai on Tuesday.

Ganesan (31) who had been missing since the suicide bomb attack at Brussels metro train last Wednesday (March 22), was declared dead by the local authorities this Tuesday (March 28)

The techie, who is survived by his wife, Vaishali and one-month old baby, who was reportedly the sole Indian victim of the attack that killed over 35 and injured more than 300.

Following confirmation through DNA tests, Ganesan's body which was kept at the Brussels's military hospital was handed over to his parents, C Ganesan, Annaporni and his younger brother who had travelled to Belgium

The body was brought to the Chennai International Airport via Abu Dhabi, at around 14.30 hours.

According to officials, custom clearance was going on following his body would be handed over for last rites.


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