3 crore rupees found in the plane crashed in Karachi, Pakistan
Islamabad Investigators and rescue officials have recovered cash worth about 30 million rupees from the crashed plane of Pakistan International Airlines. Flight A-8303 going from Lahore to Karachi crashed into a residential area near Karachi International Airport on Friday, leaving only two passengers miraculously saved. In investigation, Rs 3 crore cash has also been found from the wreckage of this aircraft.
There were 99 people aboard the plane, out of which 97 people died. Nine children were also among the dead. An official said investigators and rescue officials have found currencies from various countries worth about 30 million rupees from the plane wreck.
The officer said that orders have been given in the investigation in this case how such a large amount of cash went inside the aircraft, defying the airport security and luggage scanner.
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Officials said that it is surprising to find two bags filled with cash in the wreckage of the crashed plane. He said that after the process of identification of dead bodies and their belongings, they will be handed over to their families and relatives. A total of 97 people died in the accident, including the aircraft crew, which is one of the most devastating aviation accidents in the history of Pakistan. A government official said on Thursday that the identification of 47 dead bodies has been completed, while 43 bodies have been handed over for burial.