Tripathi’s identity was confirmed by dental records and, according to the Christian Science Monitor, he was believed to have been dead for some time. It was a tragic end for the Tripathi family, who had been seeking the missing student since he dropped out of school in a depressed state of mind in mid-March.
"This last month has changed our lives forever, and we hope it will change yours too," the Tripathi family said in a Facebook post. "Take care of one another. Be gentle, be compassionate. Be open to letting someone in when it is you who is faltering. Lend your hand. We need it. The world needs it."
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