The Nepali Embassy in Tel Aviv has confirmed that the bodies of four Nepali students who lost their lives in a tragic attack by Hamas in Israel are set to arrive in Kathmandu tomorrow, Sunday, October 22.
The embassy, in collaboration with various authorities, has meticulously organized the repatriation of the victims. The bodies of Narayan Prasad Neupane, Lokendra Singh Dhami, Dipeshraj Bista, and Ashish Chaudhary will be flown from Tel Aviv to Kathmandu via Dubai.
A FlyDubai flight will carry the remains from Tel Aviv to Dubai on Saturday, followed by another Flydubai flight to transport them to Kathmandu on Sunday morning.
This heart-wrenching incident occurred during the Hamas attack in Israel, which tragically claimed the lives of a total of 10 Nepali students. The embassy continues its relentless efforts to identify and locate the remaining victims, with a particular focus on finding Bipin Joshi, who is currently unaccounted \for.
The Israeli government has been cooperating closely with the Nepali Embassy, facilitating the return of the victims’
bodies to their homeland. Meanwhile, authorities in Nepal and Israel have reaffirmed their commitment to using all available resources and mechanisms to locate Bipin Joshi and ensure his safe return.
This incident has drawn international attention and serves as a somber reminder of the impact of conflicts on innocent lives. The Nepali community and the world mourn the loss of these young souls, and our thoughts and condolences go out to their families and loved ones during this difficult time.