3 Full families in Tara Air – father mother, son, daughter, young, old, experienced pilot & seniors

Rara Air’s 9N-AEV, which was flying from Pokhara to Jomsom on Sunday, was found in a wreckage on a small ridge in Kocha, Thacha Goupalika 2, Mustang. All the crew and passengers were killed in the accident. Seven members of the same family were killed in a Tara Air crash. If Rajan is to be a politician, he had taken Muktinath for pilgrimage.

There were 3 crew members and 19 passengers on board. The ship was flown by Captain Prabhakar Prasad Ghimire, with pilot Usha Pokhrel and flight attendant Kismi Thapa. Kismi, a niece from Malyangkot, Chapakot Municipality-4, Syangja, had been loved by her father all her life. Kismi, who used to help everyone in the village, went abroad after her father Prem Bahadur Thapa married Kishmi BK from a Dalit house. Kismi Mama, who was taken care of by her parents, was born and raised at home. He also had to struggle a lot to get citizenship.

Babu had to struggle a lot to get citizenship in his name, his uncle had helped him to study. After her name came out, Kismi said that she was very supportive of her mother and her mother and that she was very grateful for your support. She was teaching her uncles and children in Pokhara and Kathmandu, now all the burden has to be borne by her family. Deputy pilot Utsab Pokharel, who had a great desire to become a pilot, called home at 5 in the morning and received blessings from his father. After returning to Nepal after finishing his studies, he was the first pilot in Tara Air.

There were four members of the same family in Maharashtra, India, a 15-year-old daughter, a 22-year-old son, a 51-year-old mother and a 53-year-old father. Due to lack of coordination with the family members, the court came to visit Nepal Mukti Nath to comply with the order to stay together for 10 days in a year. Mrs. Bavik Vani Tripathi was a software engineer in a private company in Badra. His son Dhanus had just become an engineer and his daughter Ritika was studying in the school. The family, who have come to visit Muktinath Darsan, have been liberated from the world. He said that when he did not answer the phone, he opened his Facebook and saw that the plane that flew from Pokhara to Jomsom had lost contact.

The pilot of Tara Air’s 9N-AET aircraft, which has been out of contact since Sunday morning, was found to have a mobile phone. According to the District Administration Office, Mustang, Nepal Telecom was working on the pilot’s mobile phone. Even though it is in operation, there has been no double communication so far. Administration Officer Debendra Raj Pandey has informed that Loksena has been searched accordingly after finding out that the mobile phone was tampered with. According to Prem Lal Thakur, General Manager of Tribhuvan International Airport, the bell of the pilot’s mobile is ringing while calling.

He said that when we tried to contact pilot Prabhakar Ghimire on his mobile phone on Sunday morning, even when the phone rang, the phone could not be picked up. When the location was requested from Nepal Telecom, the Mustang’s Titi was shown. While searching for the plane, Thakur said that the plane was not found. Meanwhile, Yograj Sarma Kadel, spokesperson of the airline operators’ association, said that the plane of Tara Air, which was not connected to the airline, was found in the wreckage of Lete Ko Large. He said that the plane crashed at a place called Larjum, above Ghasa.

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