By RSS on Mar 14,2018 - 12:41
A candlelight vigil has been observed at Maitighar Mandala this evening in memory of those killed in the US-Bangla plane crash at Tribhuvan International Airport yesterday.
An organization of health practitioners, Sakshyam Foundation Nepal, observed the vigil; expressed condolences to the bereaved family members, and wished eternal peace to the departed souls.
Doctors, nurses and health workers gathered at the vigil.
Foundation Chairman Dr. CK Singh said the deaths of many students returning home with the completion of medical studies from Bangladesh was an irreparable loss to the country. The Foundation demanded that the government provide proper treatment to the injured ones.
Fifty persons traveling by plane died in the crash, while 21 others are receiving treatments at the different hospital.
Similarly, the students from Nepal Law Campus mourned the deaths by lighting the candle.
An aircraft of Yeti Airline narrowly got away from an accident at Gautam Buddha airport. The possible mishap was secured immediately even after some technical issues during landing. While making the land, the landing gear of the plane was locked at the runway. According to SP Gyawali, there were total 26 passengers and crew who are declared as safe.
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