Kathmandu, Nepal (Postmortem of 70 bodies has been carried out at the forensics department of Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital): Yeti airline plane crashed in river ghat in Pokhara, Nepal. Of the 72 people on board, there were 53 Nepali passengers and 15 foreign nationals including 5 Indians and four crew members.
In the process of handing over the bodies of 6 unidentified people – Source
On January 14, all 72 people on board died when the Yeti Airlines plane crashed. Five Indians were also involved in this plane crash. Nepalese health officials have handed over the bodies of the five Indians to their families. Simultaneously, 60 other bodies have also been handed over to their families. The plane crashed into a river ghat in Pokhara, Nepal. Of the 72 people on board, there were 53 Nepali passengers and 15 foreign nationals including 5 Indians and four crew members.
Hospital sources said Monday that the bodies of the five Indians – Abhishek Kushwaha, 25, Vishal Sharma, 22, Anil Kumar Rajbhar, 27, Sonu Jaiswal, 35, and Sanjay Jaiswal – have been handed over to their respective family members. . In addition, the bodies of the four identified people have not been handed over to their families. “The bodies of 6 unidentified persons are in the process of being surrendered,” the statement said.
What airlines and officials say
According to a statement issued by Yeti Airlines, postmortems of 70 bodies have been carried out at the Forensic Department of Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital here. The Kaski District Administrative Office is actively looking for the two missing people, the statement said. Previously, reports said only one person was missing.
An official from the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) Rescue Coordination Center said that the latest statement with the two missing bodies was issued after doctors working on the identification process collected two different body parts. . He said, until the DNA test of the body was completed, the exact position could not be ascertained.
Meanwhile, a statement issued by the airline said, “DNA tests are being carried out on human body parts collected from the crash site.”