HYDERABAD: The bodies of two persons from the city, who died in the Nepal plane crash, were brought here on Wednesday night. The deceased are: 67-yearold G Venkatramana, a retired AG Office employee from Padmanabha Nagar in Mehdipatnam, and 32-year-old Mumbai ISKCON temple priest Krishna Chaitanya from Indraprastha Colony near Diamond Point in Secunderabad.
Venkatramana’s nephew Phani accompanied the bodies.
A group of 20 pilgrims from the city, including Venkatramana, his wife Shyamala and his sister Nagamani, went on a pilgrimage to Mukteswar temple through city-based tour operator Shree Travels.
However, only Venkatramana had boarded the ill-fated plane which crashed resulting in the death of 15 people, including 13 Indians. Venkatramana’s family members, will also be arriving in city late on Wednesday night.
Another deceased, 32- year-old Krishna Chaitanya of Indraprastha Colony in Secunderabad was a priest at the ISKON temple in Mumbai. He went on the trip separately.