The body of a Bangladeshi young man has been recovered from the Hudson River in New Jersey of the United States.
The deceased was identified as Umair Saleh, 23, from Edison city of New Jersey.
Another body of a young woman, 22, was also found in the same river, which could not be identified.
Confirming the matter, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther Suarez said, "The police recovered the body of the young woman floating in the Hudson River close to Morris Canal Park on Saturday morning after getting a call from a pedestrian.
"She is from Manhattan, but yet to be fully identified."
"After five hours, the police got another phone call from a pedestrian about another body floating 50 feet away from the previous one. Police recovered the body and identified it as Umair from his identity card. Later, his family came and identified him. He had several wounds in the head."
Umair's mother, an immigrant Bangladeshi, who works as a teacher, informed the police that her son was meritorious and completed his graduation with president award from Rutgers University, New Jersey this year.
He went out for a walk on Saturday morning and did not return. He also knew swimming.
The Police have started an investigation in the incident.
The Hudson River is situated between New York's Manhattan and New Jersey's Jersey City. Many Bangladeshis live in Jersey City.