A pair and their two kids presently residing in Thane metropolis close to Mumbai, had been on board the Nepal aircraft that went lacking on Sunday, and their family again house have been requested to contact the Indian embassy within the neighbouring nation, a police official right here mentioned.
A small aircraft of Nepal’s Tara Air went lacking on Sunday morning within the mountainous area of the Himalayan nation minutes after taking off from the vacationer metropolis of Pokhara. 4 members of a household from Mumbai are amongst 22 on board the aircraft, officers earlier mentioned.
In line with police, Ashok Kumar Tripathi, his spouse Vaibhavi Tripathi and youngsters Dhanush and Ritika are on board the lacking aircraft.
“After the incident, the Indian embassy in Nepal contacted the Mumbai police to get extra details about the 4 relations who’re on board the aircraft. The deal with talked about on the passport of Vaibhavi Bandekar (Tripathi) was Chikuwadi locality in Borivali suburb of Mumbai,” town police official mentioned.
“When a staff of the Mumbai police reached her flat in Borivali, they discovered it locked. It was learnt that she has rented it out to somebody, who can also be presently in a foreign country. Later, when requested, her neighbours instructed the police that the Tripathi household has shifted to Thane metropolis, after which the police contacted her family residing there,” he mentioned.
They presently reside within the space underneath the jurisdiction of Kapurbawdi space of Thane, he added.
“The Mumbai police then supplied their particulars to the Indian embassy,” the police official mentioned, including that the Thane police personnel have requested their relations to contact the embassy in Nepal.