UP man killed in plane crash went to Nepal to visit Pashupatinath temple as his wish for a son came true
A 35-year-old man from Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur, who was among the Indians killed in a plane crash in Nepal on Sunday, had gone to the neighboring country to visit the famous Pashupatinath temple in Kathmandu when a wish to have a son came true. Liquor shop owner Sonu Jaiswal was among the five Indian nationals killed in a plane crash in Nepal's Pokhara on Sunday. Jaiswal, who lives in Chak Jainab village in Uttar Pradesh's Ghazipur district, had gone to worship at a famous temple in Kathmandu, Nepal, when her wish for a son came true about six months ago, her relative said, around 11am yesterday.
There were 10 foreigners in the plane, five of them Indians. According to the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), the Yeti Airlines 9N-ANC ATR-72 aircraft took off from Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport at 10:33 am. The plane crashed on the banks of the Seti River between the old and new airports while landing at the Pokhara airport. The Nepalese army said they did not rescue anyone alive from the crash site.
UP man promised to visit Nepal temple if he has a son Sonu Jaiswal has two daughters and promised to visit Lord Pashupatinath temple if he has a son, his relatives and head of Chak Jainab village Vijay Jaiswal told PTI, "Sonu along with his three friends went Nepal in January. His main aim was to pay obeisance to Lord Pashupatinath as her wish for a son, who is now six months old, was fulfilled But fate had something else in store for her," said Jaiswal. Vijay Jaiswal." Sonu's wife and children have not yet been told about the incident. They are in another house," he said.
Jaiswal went to Nepal with three of his friends - Abhishek Kushwaha (25), Vishal Sharma (22) and Anil Kumar Rajbhar (27). The four were scheduled to return to Ghazipur on Tuesday. after parachuting.
UP CM offers condolences for those killed:
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath expressed his condolences for the loss of life and said officials are directed to work with the Ministry of External Affairs to recover the bodies of the victims." the accident in Nepal is very sad. Humble tribute to all people killed including Indian citizens. My condolences to the family of the deceased. May Lord Shri Ram grant the departed souls a place at his holy feet and speedy recovery to the injured," he said in a tweet in Hindi. Officials have been instructed to coordinate with the Ministry of External Affairs to make arrangements to bring the remains of the victims from Uttar Pradesh to the state," the chief minister added.