Ashman Singh’s body pulled from dock in Canary Wharf, aunt calls it ‘tragic accident’ – Times of India

Ashman Singh's body pulled from dock in Canary Wharf, aunt calls it ‘tragic accident’ - Times of India

London: The Body of Missing Persons Indian Punjabi student Also known as Gurushman Singh Bhatia. Ashman Singh — was pulled out of the water in the South Quay. Canary Wharf Wednesday night after being discovered by police divers.
The 23-year-old, who hails from Model Town, Jalandhar, was missing since the morning of December 15.
His aunt, Irene Deep Brown, who lives in Brighton, told TOI that Bhatia, a postgraduate student Loughborough University who did his first degree in Bengaluru, was celebrating his birthday on Thursday with his flatmate and three friends at his flat in Canary Wharf. He was sick so slept most of the day. They cut the cake around 12.15 pm. His flatmate fell asleep early. Bhatia and two male friends and a female friend went out for a walk to see the Christmas lights. As one of the men was vomiting, Ashman called a taxi, which refused to take him.
The friends went to the other side of the road to wait for another taxi. Bhatia told them that they would go on their way. Brown said that was the last time he saw her. “He walked around until 4 in the morning and talked to his father in India. He went for a walk to the water and then he collapsed,” she said.
When her friends could not reach her, they called her flatmate who went to check on her only to find that she was not in her room. Friends found him and then raised the alarm.
Bhatia was last seen on CCTV on December 15 at 4.20 am in the South Quay area. He was reported missing at 5.48 pm, police said.
“The dean of his university said he did all his modules ahead of time and was the brightest student. He planned to settle in Manchester and buy a house and have a great life,” Brown said. said
“Everything was fine with him. His parents are in such a bad way — they were a close family and he was loved by everyone… People say he was pushed into the water or suicidal or hateful. The crime. It’s all nonsense. It’s a tragic fatal accident. Someone used her bank card – we’re trying to piece the puzzle together – but we know she wasn’t hurt. And he didn’t commit suicide and he wasn’t pushed in. He couldn’t swim and it was cold water and he was in heavy clothes. There was no one around to help him and if there was, I think he would have. May be with us here.
Detective Chief Superintendent James Conway said: “Groshman’s death is being treated as unexpected, and although there is no suggestion that it is suspicious, we will ensure that our investigation continues every step of the way to confirm this.” Be as thorough as possible.”
The Metropolitan Police confirmed that Bhatia’s bank card was used after she was reported missing. A man was arrested on suspicion of theft. He was released on bail after further questioning and is not believed to be directly involved in Groshman’s disappearance,” police said.

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