Governor Sindh Imran Ismail said on Sunday that the insurance money will be handed over to the affected families of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crash.
As per details, Sindh governor Imran Ismail said that committee formed to investigate PIA crash. The governor said that the committee will submit its final report to Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan while Rs1 million will given to the families of the victims. The insurance money will handed over to the families within a week, he told.
Imran Ismail said that tall buildings built around the Jinnah International Airport due to which Sindh Building Control Authority has also included in the inquiry.
The Karachi-bound flight from Lahore had been seconds away from landing at the Karachi airport when it crashed in the residential Jinnah Garden area near Model Colony in Malir, right outside the airport’s boundary wall.
According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), 25 houses in Model Colony, the site of the crash, cleared while a search and rescue operation still underway. The residents had accommodated at various places with the assistance of the civil administration, it added.
The Sindh Health Department confirmed that 66 bodies had been shifted to Jinnah Hospital, of which 20 bodies were of women and 43 of men. Three bodies of children had also brought to the hospital.