Keralite student attending University of Chester found dead in mysterious circumstances at his residence in Liverpool – UKMALAYALEE
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Keralite student attending University of Chester found dead in mysterious circumstances at his residence in Liverpool

Monday 5 December 2022 6:43 AM UTC

LIVERPOOL Dec 4: A Keralite student who has been attending studies at the University of Chester, is reported to be found dead in mysterious circumstances at his residence in Rock Ferry in Birkenhead which comes under Wirral Council.

The deceased has been identified by the community as Vichin Varghese (23), a native of Kottarakkara in Kollam district of Kerala.

Reports say that Vichin Varghese lived alone in a flat which was about half an hour’s drive from Liverpool to his place of study at University of Chester. There were other Malayalees in another flat in the same complex who had gone out for shopping on Friday (Dec 2) evening.

On their return they knocked on the door to see what their friend was doing. But the door was not closed. It is learnt that the Malayalee friends who opened the door found Vichin Varghese lying dead.

Immediately, the ambulance service and the police arrived. The flat was closed off and entry was restricted. Family members in Kerala has been informed.

According to the information coming out, Vichin Varghese was working as a carer through a Malayali firm. Unconfirmed information emerged that the firm where he was working in the meantime had offered a permanent job and some disputes arose with the agency over getting that job. However, it has been reported that a note has been recovered from the room which is being investigated.

Reports also indicate that he did not have many friends while being in the UK with indications that the youth may have been under mental stress. Police have launched an investigation.

This website offers its sincere condolences to the beareaving family members.

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