PM Modi on Tuesday took Twitter to express his solidarity with the family of Ganeshan.
Ganeshn an Infosys employee was confirmed dead on March 28 by the Indian Embassy in Belgium. Ganeshn went missing after Brussels attacks on March 22.
He was a victim of the blast that took place in the metro at Malbeek station in Brussels.
Ganesan was working with Infosys in Pune. He was later sent to Brussels for a project with the Belgacom Mobile. He had spent four years in Brussels.
Dreaded global terror outfit, Islamic State (ISIS) claimed responsibility for serial bombings in Brussels. These attacks carried out by the group days after the arrest of November 13 Paris attacks suspect Salah Abdeslam in Brussels.
At least six people were arrested on March 25 in Brussels in anti-terror operation conducted several searches in Jette and Schaerbeek in Brussels-Capital Region following the terrorist attacks.
A young life, full of hope & promise cut short by mindless violence... condolences to family of Raghavendran, who lost his life in Brussels.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) March 29, 2016
I am deeply pained to inform that Brussels authorities hv identified Raghavendran as one of the victims of terror blasts in Brussels. /1— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj) March 28, 2016