Gurshaman Singh was partying with his friends in the Marsh Wall area on the night of 14 December. Only after that, he went missing. Gurshaman Singh Bhatia was doing an MSc in Digital Finance from Longborg University, UK.
Gurshaman Singh Bhatia, an Indian student who went missing in Britain, has had his body found. The Metropolitan Police in Britain has requested for anyone with information regarding the incident to contact them. Allow us to inform you that on the evening of December 14, Gurshaman Singh Bhatia, a British student, vanished from sight. His body was recently found in a lake in East London’s Canary Wharf neighborhood.
Police appealed to people to give information
Police said that a thorough investigation is being done in this matter. Besides, CCTV footage is being scrutinized and phone and financial data are also being examined. British Police Officer James Conway said, ‘We are investigating this matter and information will be given after getting any information. We have released CCTV footage of Gurshaman Singh, taken shortly before his disappearance. We have appealed to the public that anyone who saw him in the Marsh Wall area on the evening of December 14 or the morning of December 15 should contact us.
Gurshaman Singh was missing on the night of 14 December
Gurshman Singh was partying with his friends in Marsh Wall area on the night of 14 December. Only after that he went missing. The deceased’s family received condolences from the police. Allow us to inform you that students of Indian descent made a social media appeal to locate the missing Indian student after he vanished. At Longborg University in the UK, Gurshaman Singh Bhatia was pursuing an MSc in Digital Finance. Following his disappearance in Britain last week, Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar was notified by BJP leader Manjinder Singh Sirsa.