New Delhi: 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 on Thursday said.
Raghavendran Ganesh. Pic/Sushma Swaraj Twitter account
Indian Embassy in Brussels is making efforts to locate Raghavendran Ganesh since the terror attacks at the Brussels airport and the metro which left 31 dead and 300 injured.
"We are doing our best to locate Raghavendran Ganesh," Swaraj had on Wednesday said.
Two Jet Airways crew members -- Nidhi Chaphekar and Amit Motwanai -- were injured in the explosions at Zaventem airport and Swaraj said they are recovering well. Both Nidhi and Amit are from Mumbai.
"I have just spoken to Manjeev Puri, our Ambassador in Brussels. He has informed me that Nidhi and Amit are both recovering well," she has said.
Swaraj had on Wednesday 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.
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