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Mortal remains of Air Dynasty chopper crash victims brought to KTM
Kathmandu, Feb 28: The mortal remains of the victims of Air Dynasty chopper crash including Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Rabindra Prasad Adhikari, have been brought to Kathmandu.
A chopper of Nepal Army brought all seven bodies of the deceased at Tribhuvan International Airport at 1:25 pm today with improvement in weather. All the bodies would be taken to Tribhuvan University Teaching Hospital, Maharajgunj for most-mortem in separate hearses.
The helicopter carrying a team including Minster Adhikari had crashed at Darebhir of Taplejung on Wednesday while returning Kathmandu via Pathibhara after undertaking an on-site feasibility study of airport construction in Chuhandanda of Tehrathum.
Minister Adhikari, Managing Director of Yeti Airlines, Aang Tshiring Sherpa, Deputy Director-General of Civil Aviation Authority Nepal, Birendra Prasad Shrestha, and Director Durba Bhochhibhoya, Under-Secretary at the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers, Yubraj Dahal, Captain Pravakar KC and security guard of Minister Adhikari, Arjun Kumar Ghimire, were also aboard.
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