Plane crash: Kin leave for Nepal to identify charred bodies

VARANASI/DHARWA: A family member each of the four young men from UP's Ghazipur killed in Sunday's plane crash in Nepal's Pokhara left for Kathmandu by road on Monday, hoping to

quickly bring back their loved ones' bodies for cremation after a possibly difficult identification process that could require DNA sampling. Accompanying the bereaved family

members on the 415-km journey was the village head of Chak Zainab, from where two of the victims hailed, and a couple of officials deputed by the UP government to offer whatever

assistance they might need. The charred bodies will be taken to Kathmandu from Pokhara on Tuesday for identification, an official quoted authorities in Nepal as

saying. 97012106 Plane crash victim's kin & friends were planning surprise birthday bash A family member each of the four young men from UP's Ghazipur

killed in Sunday's plane crash in Nepal's Pokhara left for Kathmandu by road on Monday, hoping to quickly bring back their loved ones' bodies. If the identification process

is completed without a hitch, the bodies of Sonu Jaiswal, Anil Rajbhar, Vishal Sharma and Abhishek Kushwaha could arrive in their native villages earliest by Wednesday or a day

later.