Ayush Ramesh Dakhra, a 23-year-old student from Sidsar village, Bhavnagar who was pursuing his studies in Canada. The news was confirmed after Ayush had been missing for over a week, prompting a search by local authorities in Toronto.
This is the second such incident in a month in which a Gujarati student in Toronto went missing and turned up dead.
According to reports, Ayush had been studying at York University in Toronto when he was reported missing on May 5. Despite numerous efforts by his family and friends to contact him, there was no response, and he remained missing until his body was discovered. The circumstances surrounding his death remain unknown, and the family has declined to comment on the matter at this time.
Ayush’s father, Ramesh Dakhra, is a Deputy Superintendent with the Gujarat Police, currently serving in Palanpur. He had travelled to Canada to complete the necessary formalities and repatriate his son’s body for the final rites. The remains are expected to arrive at Ahmedabad international airport on Saturday evening.
Sadly, Ayush is the second student from Gujarat studying at York University, Toronto, to have tragically lost his life in suspicious circumstances within a month. The first was Harsh Patel, who was also found deceased under mysterious circumstances.
The deaths of these two young men have left the community reeling, and many are seeking answers about what happened to them. Both individuals were nearing completion of their studies at York University, Ayush in engineering and Harsh in management studies. In both instances, the bodies were discovered in bodies of water, and their phones were absent from their surroundings, ruling out the possibility of suicide.
Harsh Patel’s family is still seeking closure, as no significant details regarding his final day have emerged. The circumstances surrounding both deaths remain unknown, and the community is calling for a thorough investigation to determine what happened to these promising young students.
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