NHRC saddened over US-Bangla plane crash

By RSS on Mar 14,2018 - 12:53

 The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has expressed grief over the loss of lives in the US-Bangla plane crash. 
The NHRC has urged the concerned bodies to investigate the incident fairly and become serious to reduce such fatal incidents. 
Issuing a statement Tuesday, NHRC Spokesperson, Mohna Ansari, said, "Chronicling the plane crashes, it shows Nepal has so far witnessed more than six dozen of incidents which makes clear how safe Nepali sky is. Now, a fair investigation must be launched and initiatives were taken to minimize the accidents." 
In the plane crash occurred Monday, fifty persons lost lives while 21 received serious injuries. 
The NHRC extended condolences to the bereaved family members and wished eternal peace to the departed souls. 
Meanwhile, Former Parliamentarians' Forum Nepal also expressed deep grief over the loss of lives in the US-Bangla aircraft crash occurred at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu yesterday. 

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