Yeola added that several more Indians were injured, but their names have not been released. Povlsen, who has a net worth of $7.9 billion, is the largest shareholder in British clothing retailer Asos and owner of the fashion business Bestseller, which encompasses a number of brands, the Guardian reports.
The billionaire also describes himself as "one of Scotland´s largest landowners" on the website of the Wildland company he uses to invest in United Kingdom property.
"Unfortunately, we can confirm the news is true", Bestseller's head of communication Jesper Stubkier told Danish news agency Ritzau.
A string of bombings at churches and luxury hotels across Sri Lanka killed 290 people and wounded about 500 in yesterday's attacks.
Such an incomprehensible tragedy hit Anders Holch Povlsen, Denmark's richest billionaire, during the Sri Lanka terror attacks.
A terrorist attack was carried out in the South Asian country, leaving many people dead.
He declined to give any additional detail surrounding the the incident, and asked that the media respect the family's privacy.
Danish billionaire Anders Holch Povlsen has confirmed that three of his four young children died in the atrocity.
It is now unknown which of his three children have died.
A Sri Lankan Police officer inspects a blast spot at the Shangri-la hotel in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
"That responsibility has evolved to become a labor of love; a project that we are deeply passionate about", they said in the letter.
Sri Lanka's top diplomat in Britain said authorities knew of eight British nationals killed in the bombings. On April 18, Forbes reports an Instagram account that supposedly belongs to Anders's oldest daughter posted a picture of her three younger siblings, "shoulder to shoulder", overlooking Sri Lankan waters.
While Jamath perpetrated the bombings, officials said they suspect the "small organization" had support and are probing potential links, including possible worldwide support.