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49 confirmed dead in plane crash

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Kathmandu, March 12 – A total of 49 persons are confirmed dead in the US-Bangla Airlines plane accident at Tribhuvan International Airport.
Likewise, 22 injured persons are receiving treatment in different hospitals in capital city.
Those receiving medical treatment in hospital include:
Keshav Pandey, Nepali, Medicity Hospital in Nakhkhu
Dinesh Humagain, Nepali, Neuro Hospital, Bansbari
Dayaram Tamrakar, Nepali, Grande Hospital
Kishor Tripathi, Nepali, Grande Hospital
Hari Prasad Subedi, Nepali, Grande Hospital
Binod Poudel, Nepali, Grande Hospital
Basanta Bohara, Nepali, Norvic Hospital
Ashish Ranjit, Nepali, Norvic Hospital
Sanam Shakya, Nepali, Norvic Hospital
Pinki Dhami, Nepali, KMC Hospital
Samina Byanjankar, Nepali, KMC
Mohammad Rajullah Sakil, KMC Hospital
Indana Kabir, KMC Hospital
Kabir Hussein, KMC Hospital
Shahid Hussein, KMC Hospital
Mehendi Hasan, KMC
Rijana Abdullah, KMC Hospital
Dr Ijana, KMC Hospital
Srahana, KMC Hospital
Saharin Ahammad, KMC Hospital

Mohammad Sahim and next one from Bangladesh is also receiving treatment in Norvic Hospital. Identity of the injured in not ascertained.

Six-member probe commission formed to look into US Bangla Air plane crash

The meeting of the Council of Ministers has formed a six-member investigation commission under the coordination of former secretary Yagya Prasad Gautam to look into today’s US Bangla passenger plane crash.
The meeting held at the Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers at Singha Durbar took a decision to this effect this evening.

Lieutenant Colonel Dr Rajiv Deb and Captains KK Sharma, Sunil Pradhan and Uddhav Prasad Subedi are the members while Joint Secretary Buddhi Sagar Lamichhane is the member secretary of the investigation commission.

Minister for Population and Environment Lalbabu Pandit said the Council of Ministers meeting has urged the investigation commission to submit the investigation report at the earliest.
The meeting also expressed sorrow over the incident and urged the bereaved families for exercising forbearance. It has expressed gratitude to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), the Nepal Army, Nepal Police, doctors and all others who were involved in the rescue work.

The Council of Ministers has decided that the Chief Attorney of the Province would take oath of office and secrecy in the presence of the Province High Court judge.

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