Missing Infosys Employee’s Last Call Traced to Brussels Metro

Last call of Indian missing in Brussels traced on metro, says Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj.

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Picture of Raghavendran Ganeshan, Infosys employee from Bangalore, missing in Brussels after the attack. (Photo Courtesy: <a href="https://twitter.com/SushmaSwaraj/status/712624144907546624">Twitter.com/@SushmaSwaraj</a>)

The last phone call of Infosys employee from Bengaluru who has gone missing in Brussels since Tuesday’s deadly terror strike, has been tracked to a metro rail in the Belgian capital, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted on Thursday.

Indian Embassy in Brussels is making efforts to locate Raghavendran Ganeshan since the terror attacks at the Brussels airport and the metro which left 31 dead and 300 injured.

Following the attacks in Brussels, Infosys reached out to all its employees in the city to ascertain their whereabouts and safety. With the exception of one employee, who we are trying to reach, we have been able to connect with all other employees. We are in touch with the missing employee’s family and are working with the Indian Embassy and local authorities in Brussels to locate our employee on priority.
Infosys Statement on Wednesday

Two Jet Airways crew members from Mumbai – Nidhi Chaphekar and Amit Motwani – were injured in the explosions at Zaventem airport and Swaraj said they are recovering well.

Also read: Injured Crew Members in Brussels Safe in Hospital, Says Jet Airways

Swaraj had also said government was coordinating with Jet Airways to evacuate Indian citizens.

Brussels airport serves as the European hub for the Mumbai-based airline’s international operations, which is now being relocated to Dutch capital Amsterdam from coming Sunday.

(With PTI inputs)

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