The Tara Air plane went missing yesterday morning after taking off in Nepal. 22 people including 4 Indian nationals were on board this plane. Today Nepalese army officials have traced the wreckage of the plane. It was told that no one has been found alive so far in the crashed aircraft of the airline ‘Tara Air’ in the mountainous Mustang district of Nepal. This information has been given in the news of Nepali media.
Nepal’s army said on Monday that the wreckage of the passenger plane that crashed on Sunday morning was found in Mustang district of Nepal. The plane was missing for about 20 hours. The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal said that 14 bodies have been recovered. Tara Air’s ‘Twin Otter 9N-AET’ aircraft took off from Pokhara at around 10 am on Sunday, but lost contact with its control tower 15 minutes later.
Let us inform that a total of 22 people including four Indians, two Germans and 13 Nepalese nationals were on board this plane. According to the list of passengers released by the airline, the Indians present in the aircraft have been identified as Ashok Kumar Tripathi, his wife Vaibhavi Bandekar Tripathi and children – Dhanush Tripathi and Ritika Tripathi.
This family hails from Thane district of Maharashtra. According to the news of ‘My Republic’ newspaper, Inda Singh, who reached the spot, told that the plane was completely damaged. Singh said that there was no fire in the plane. The plane probably crashed after hitting a rock.