Nepal Army: No Survivors Found From Nepal Plane Crashed Site

Digital Desk: The Nepal Army reported on Monday that they were unable to recover any survivors from the scene of the plane crash that happened on Sunday in the popular tourist destination of Pokhara.

An army spokesperson Krishna Prasad Bhandari said, “We haven’t rescued anyone alive from the crash site.”

While making a landing at the recently opened airfield in Pokhara, Nepal, a Yeti Airlines passenger plane crashed into a river gorge. On board, 72 individuals, including five Indians, are thought to be dead. With dawn, the search and rescue effort is expected to get back up.

Following Sunday’s plane disaster in Pokhara, Nepal’s Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal has convened a special meeting of the Council of Ministers.

All government agencies, the nation’s security forces, and the home ministry have been ordered by Dahal to launch immediate rescue and relief efforts.

While traveling from Pokhara to the Nepali city of Kathmandu, an ATR 72 twin-engine turboprop airliner crashed. The investigation into the crash’s causes has been given to a special commission by the Nepalese government. In 45 days, a report is expected.

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