Bangalorean injured in Nairobi stable

Bangalorean injured in Nairobi stable

Ramachandran Natarajan, who is one of the injured in the Nairobi mall shooting, had arrived in the Kenyan capital four months ago.

 The Bangalorean’s wife Lalitha, who flew to Nairobi immediately after being informed, said that he was working as an assistant general manager at Flamingo International Limited. Lalitha said a bullet cut through Ramachandran’s left cheek. “But he is stable now,” she said. Lalitha refused to provide any more details about the incident.

Indian embassy officials at Nairobi said they have been keeping regular touch with the shooting victims and their families and are providing all support. Though Ramachandran’s two children were also expected to fly to Nairobi to be with their father, a matter of technicality related to the passport of one of the children, seems to have stopped them from getting visa.

Body may arrive Friday

The family members of the City businessman Sudarshan, who was killed in the terrorist attack in Nairobi, Kenya, are still waiting for his body.

Sudarshan's brother-in-law Govinda Prasad, said: “We are told that his body will arrive on Friday morning around 9 am but it is not yet confirmed. External Affairs ministry is coordinating with the Indian Embassy in Kenya and we do not have any confirmed news so far,” he added.