Diploma graduated Nepalese student found dead in Australia

A Nepalese student has recently completed his Diploma of Nursing found dead in Australia. Western Australia Police found the body of Nischal Ghimire, 22 at West Beach Adelaide, South Australia about 1400 kilometers far from Sydney. Police found the body floating near the boat ramp of the West Beach around 7.30 pm Friday after a desperate search operation after reported missing.

Ghimire was living at Clarence Park was reported missing about 12.30 am this morning after he fails to return from Glenelg beach South Australia Police said in a statement. He was seen last about 4 pm 27 December, when he picked up the child he cares for, later the pair reported missing. After the missing report police conducted ‘an extensive sea, air, and land search were conducted with the assistance of police Water Operations Unit, PolAir, SES, Sea Rescue, police trail bikes and foot patrols before he was located this evening’ SA Police statement reads. The boy aged 10 was located earlier and said has a disability to speak.

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Nischal Ghimire. Photo: South Australia Police

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Ghimire was working for aged-care and disability services provider Assured Home Care and preferred career for the boy with whom he was reported missing. The Nepalese student Ghimire arrived in Australia in July 2016 on a student visa to study Diploma of Nursing in Adelaide. Adelaide Now writes in its report, ‘it is understood visa problems and travel costs are preventing Mr Ghimire’s parents from coming to Australia.’

Before police located Ghimire, his wallet, phone, and clothes, as well as his white Mitsubishi Colt, found locked and parked near the beach. Police said there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding to the death of the young Nepalese student.

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