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Nepal Plane Crashes: A man from UP died who came to visit Pashupatinath Temple for the birth of a son.

Crash involving Yeti Airlines Nepal: The ATR-72 aircraft took off at 10.33 a.m. from Kathmandu’s Tribhuvan International Airport crashed on the bank of the Seti River just before landing.

A 35-year-old liquor store owner from Uttar Pradesh’s Ghazipur area who had travelled to Kathmandu to pray at the well-known Pashupatinath Temple was one of five Indians killed in the jet crash on Sunday.

Sonu Jaiswal was intending to express his gratitude for his son’s birth in a Facebook Live video, which authorities believe he recorded just before the accident.

“On January 10, Sonu and his three buddies left for Nepal. His major goal was to show respect because his wish to have a son—who is now six months old—had come true. However, fate had other plans for him “A relative and the village chief, Vijay Jaiswal, said to news organisation PTI.

According to Vijay Jaiswal, Sonu Jaiswal already had two daughters and had vowed to take a son to the Pashupatinath Temple.

Abhishek Kushwaha, 25, Vishal Sharma, 22, and Anil Kumar Rajbhar, 27, were the three pals. Villagers told PTI that Sharma worked at a motorcycle store, Kushwaha used computers, and Rajbhar ran a public service centre.

After paragliding in Pokhara on Tuesday, the four were scheduled to return.

Sanjay Jaiswal, a 26-year-old native of Sitamarhi, Bihar, was the fifth Indian.

A man can be seen photographing the plane’s attempt to land in the 97-second Facebook Live video that Sonu Jaiswal is thought to have taken.

The commission was established by Nepal’s prime minister, Pushpa Kamal Dahal, to look into the crash, which has been called the greatest aviation calamity to hit the nation in 30 years.

In 45 days, a report is expected.

Nepal Plane crash

The Yeti Airlines twin-engine ATR that crashed while making a landing at the recently opened airport in Pokhara had 72 people on board, according to officials.

Before touchdown, the plane was seen aggressively spinning in the air by locals, according to news agencies; this was circulated in online videos.

The jet went nose-first into a canyon on the banks of the Seti River, according to one man who witnessed the accident from the roof of his home.

Authorities have found 67 victims to date and believe there will be no survivors.

According to Reuters, there were five Indians on board in addition to four Russians, two South Koreans, an Australian, a Frenchman, and an Argentine.

The chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi both expressed their sorrow at the loss of life.

Adityanath claimed that state government representatives had been instructed to work with the ministry of external affairs to bring the UP men’s bodies home.

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