Two brothers from India return to meet parents, killed in accident

Feb 26 ( Emirates247): Two young Indian brothers, who were studying in Mumbai and London and went to meet their parents in Doha, Qatar, died in a tragic road accident on Wednesday night.

The two went out at night to buy food when the accident happened close to their home. According to reports, the two young men died when their vehicle overturned after losing control in Ain Khalid area. They were rushed to the hospital but didn’t survive.

Najmal Rishvan, 20, and Mohammad Junidhul Nibrhsh, 23, had recently arrived in Doha from Mumbai and London.

Alumnis of MES Indian School Doha, Junidhul Nibrhsh completed his MBA course from University of West London, UK, and came back to help his father in real estate business.

The younger brother is studying in Mumbai and came to Qatar only a week ago with his mother.

“The elder brother got job in an American company, and was planning to travel to the USA next month. The family was also planning the house warming and marriage for the elder brother simultaneously,” said a media report quoting family sources.

The tragedy has shocked the family and the Indian community in Doha as they were the only two sons of their parents who hail from Arakkinaru, in Kozhikkodu district of Kerala. The family’s dream house was nearing completion as the design for the dream home was selected by the two deceased brothers.

The Indian family was living in Qatar for about 10 years after shifting from Dubai.


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