A spokesperson of the state government said on Tuesday, “An assistance of Rs five lakh each will be given to the families of the four people of Ghazipur who died in the Nepal plane crash.” The state government will bear the cost of bringing the mortal remains of the deceased from Kathmandu to their homes.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has announced an aid of Rs 5 lakh each to the families of four youths from Ghazipur district who died in the plane crash in Nepal on Sunday and to bear the cost of bringing the dead bodies home. announced. A spokesperson of the state government said on Tuesday, “An assistance of Rs five lakh each will be given to the families of the four people of Ghazipur who died in the Nepal plane crash.” The state government will bear the cost of bringing the mortal remains of the deceased from Kathmandu to their homes.
It may be noted that the relatives of the four youths of Ghazipur, who died in the plane crash in Nepal on Sunday, were sent by the district administration to Kathmandu by road on Monday and the dead bodies would be handed over to them after due process. Ghazipur District Magistrate Aryaka Akhori said that four youths Abhishek Kushwaha, Sonu Jaiswal, Vishal Sharma and Anil Kumar Rajbhar were killed in the Nepal plane crash. A member of their families and the village head have been sent by the administration to Nepal by road.
The bodies will be handed over to their relatives after proper identification and following the procedure and completion of all formalities, he said. The dead bodies will be brought to the district by road. This may take two-three days. The District Magistrate said that two officials of the district administration have also been sent along with the families of the victims for permits at the border and the officials of the embassy are also cooperating in this.
He said the bodies of the foreign nationals were being taken to Kathmandu and DNA matching would be done to identify them, if needed. Akhouri said that the families of the victims would be provided appropriate assistance from the Chief Minister’s Discretionary Fund and other government schemes. An aircraft of ‘Yeti Airlines’ crashed just before landing in Pokhara on Sunday. So far 69 people have been confirmed dead in this accident, out of which 41 have been identified. These include five Indians including four youths resident of Ghazipur. All 72 passengers on board the plane are presumed dead by the authorities. The black box of the aircraft has been recovered.
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