Nepal Plane Crash: The rescue operation that started after the plane crash in Pokhara, Nepal on Sunday i.e. Jan 15 continues even today. Army and disaster relief rescue team personnel are conducting rescue operations on the banks of the Seti river.
Bodies of 68 passengers have been recovered from the crash site while the search for four passengers is still going on.
Meanwhile, the rescue operation team found the black box of the crashed plane. Through this box, it will be found out what was the reason behind the plane crash.
On the other hand, the spokesman of the Nepali Army said that no person could be saved alive from the spot.
Based on the statement of the army spokesman and the viral video related to the accident, it is believed that all 68 passengers and four crew members on board the plane were killed.
However, the recovery of 68 bodies has been officially confirmed so far. Here it is speculated that the four missing bodies may be children.
The Nepalese aviation industry was hit with a major blow on Sunday when Yeti Airlines ATR-72 aircraft took off from Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport at 10:33 am on Sunday.
A few minutes before landing, it crashed on the banks of the Seti River between the old airport and the new airport.
15 foreigners including 5 Indians and 53 Nepali citizens died in this plane crash.
Nepali authorities have tasked a five-member special commission to investigate the cause of the accident. The report is expected in 45 days.
On the other hand, a day of national mourning has been declared in Nepal today i.e. Jan 16 regarding the plane crash.
This plane accident happened while going from Nepal's capital Kathmandu to the tourist city of Pokhara.
Five citizens of India have died in a plane crash in Nepal. Four out of five Indians are residents of the Ghazipur district of UP.
While the fifth Indian was a resident of Bihar. Indian officials have left for Nepal to bring the dead bodies of these five citizens.
According to Nepalese officials, the process of identifying the body is underway.
24 bodies have been identified. After identification of the dead bodies, they will be handed over to their relatives.