The bodies of the people who died in the air crash involving a Yeti Airlines aircraft on Sunday will be handed over to their relatives today.
Assistant Chief District Officer of Kaski Anil Shahi said that the bodies that have been identified will be handed over to the respective families after completing due procedures from 9:00 am today.
Likewise, preparations have been made to send the bodies of the unidentified, foreign nationals and of the people whose relatives in Kathmandu to the federal capital by a helicopter.
Out of the 72 people on board the aircraft, the bodies of 66 have been retrieved and taken to the Pokhara Institute of Health Sciences for examination. Six more bodies are yet to be recovered.