Juno Srivastava (inset) was killed in an explosion in Cinnamon Grand Hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
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DUBAI – A Dubai-based expatriate reported missing by his family was among those killed in recent bombings in Sri Lanka, the consul general of India confirmed.
Juno Srivastava was killed in an explosion in Cinnamon Grand Hotel in Colombo, said Consul General Vipul. Srivastava’s body was identified by his brother and wife.
According to the official, Srivastava’s remains will be repatriated to India on Thursday (April 25).
Juno, an IT manager of Al Futtaim Group, is survived by his wife and two children who are living in Dubai. The Indian from Uttar Pradesh moved to Dubai in 2011.
He was staying in Cinnamon Grand Hotel with his colleague, Lorraine Campbell, when they were both killed by an explosion on April 20. The duo were reportedly in Sri Lanka for a business meeting. GAD/Expat Media
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