Sunday, May 29, 2022

My Mother is Critical, Don't Tell Anything to Her: Sister of Woman on Board Crashed Nepal Plane Requests Police

Mumbai: When Mumbai police personnel on Sunday contacted the elder sister of Vaibhavi (Bandekar) Tripathi, who was on board the plane that crashed in Nepal earlier in the day, she requested them not to tell anything about the incident to her mother, saying she was already in a critical condition, an official said. The fate of Vaibhavi Tripathi, her husband Ashok Kumar Tripathi and their children children – Dhanush and Ritika – residents of Thane city adjoining Mumbai, and 18 others travelling with them in the Tara Air plane, is yet to be known hours after the aircraft crashed in the mountainous region of the Himalayan nation minutes after taking off, officials said.

“Following the incident, the Indian Embassy in Nepal contacted the Mumbai police asking them to find the residence of the four family members who were on board the plane, and inform the relatives about it. Accordingly, a team of the Borivali police station got in touch with one Seema Prabhu, who resides in Vaibhavi (Bandekar) Tripathi’s housing society. She gave Vaibhavi’s elder sister Sanjeevani Sadani’s contact number, who lives with her mother in Thane," an official said.

“The police contacted Vaibhavi’s sister and shared the information with her. But she told our personnel that she had already got in touch with the Indian embassy in Nepal. She then requested the police not to tell anything about the incident to her mother as her health condition is critical," he added. The official said that the address mentioned on Vaibhavi’s passport said she is a resident of Bhushan Park View Society at Chikuwadi in Borivali. But when the police team went to that place, it was found that the flat had been rented out, he said.

29/05/22 PTI/

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