Dubai minibus accident: Indian and Nepalese victims names are out

Dubai Minibus Accident

Dubai Minibus Accident: The Nepal Mission in Abu Dhabi and the Indian Mission in Dubai released the names of seven people who died in a deadly minibus accident in Dubai on Monday morning.

“All those who died from Nepal were between the ages of 30-35,” Mission Chief and Minister Counselor Rita Dittal Khaleej told The Nepal Embassy in Abu Dhabi.

Those who died from India, the youngest, were born in 1995.

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Men from Nepal who died in the Dubai Minibus accident:

  • Dhan Bahadur Saktayal
  • Narayan Prasad Pokhrel
  • Krishna Bahadur Pun Magar
  • Ramesh Chaudhary
  • Leader Saud
  • Deepak Bishokarma.

The 24-year-old Gnanasekaran Bose was the Indian who lost his life in the accident, said Jitender Singh, Consul General of India and Consulate General of India in Dubai.

According to Dhital, blue-collar workers are working as a cleaner for a company in Dubai. “Under the regulations, the company will take care of repatriating their dead remains after completing all the required formalities,” she said.

Furthermore, officials from the Nepal Embassy flew to Dubai on Tuesday morning, with local authorities speeding up the proceedings.

“We are in talks with the HR department of the company they worked for,” Dhital said.

Meanwhile, Negi said, “Five Indians are currently hospitalized. One of them is in ICU.”

The mission revealed that the men were working in a security company in Dubai.


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