Cancelled Bus Journey & Took Flight, Fate Dragged 4 Indians to Die in Nepal Plane Crash

Fate dragged four Indians to die in the Yeti Airlines passenger plane crash in Nepal’s Pokhara on Sunday. They had planned to reach Pokhara by bus. But at the last moment changed their plans and took up the flight of death. All 72 persons aboard this ill-fated aircraft are reportedly dead.

Four of the five Indians who died in this plane crash were from the Ghazipur area of Uttar Pradesh. They were Vishal Sharma, Sonu Jaiswal, Anil Rajbhar, and Abhishek Kushwaha. These friends were in Nepal on a holiday.

According to their common friend Dilip Verma, these four had chatted with him through video chat after offering prayers at the Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu. At that time they had informed that they would reach Pokhara by taking a bus. But later they changed their plans to board the Yeti Airlines flight.

According to sources, these four departed youths were from middle-class families. Anil Kumar Rajbhar (28) ran a Jan Sewa Kendra. Abhishek Kushwaha (25) owned a shop. Vishal Sharma (23) was an accountant at a two-wheeler showroom. Sonu Jaiswal ran a liquor shop.

The fifth Indian on the plane was Sanjay Jaiswal (26) from Bihar’s Sitamarhi. He was on his way to Pokhara to meet his sister and newborn nephew.

A twin-engine ATR 72 aircraft of Yeti Airlines flying from Kathmandu to Pokhara crashed just before landing at the Pokhara International Airport inaugurated this month.

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