Last Updated: January 19, 2023, 13:32 IST
Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal on Thursday met with the grieving households of the individuals who had been killed in the Yeti Airlines airplane crash in the resort metropolis of Pokhara.
Prachanda reached the Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital to fulfill the households.
Expressing his condolences to the households, the prime minister directed the hospital authorities to hurry up the identification of the our bodies, make the method scientific and hand over the our bodies to the family quickly, it stated.
According to the prime minister’s secretariat, Prime Minister Dahal requested the hospital’s officers to ask for needed help from the federal government to ascertain the deceased’s identification on the earliest.
The prime minister additionally inspected the our bodies stored for identification.
In one of Nepal’s worst home crashes, the Yeti Airlines plane after taking off from Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport on November 15 crashed on the financial institution of the Seti River between the outdated airport and the brand new airport in Pokhara, minutes earlier than touchdown.
Fifty-three Nepalese passengers and 15 international nationals, together with 5 Indians, and 4 crew members had been on board the Yeti Airlines plane when it crashed.
The 5 Indians, all from Uttar Pradesh, have been recognized as Abhisekh Kushwaha, 25, Bishal Sharma, 22, Anil Kumar Rajbhar, 27, Sonu Jaiswal, 35, and Sanjaya Jaiswal.
So far, solely 71 useless our bodies have been recovered and the search is on for the remaining one particular person.
According to Nepal’s civil aviation physique, 914 individuals have died in air crashes in the nation for the reason that first catastrophe was recorded in August 1955.
The Yeti Airlines tragedy in Pokhara on Sunday is the 104th crash in Nepali skies and the third greatest in phrases of casualties.
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