NEW DELHI: The bodies of four Nepalese students killed in the Hamas terrorist attack have been brought to Kathmandu. The bodies of Narayan Prasad Neupane, Lokendra Singh Dhami, Dipesh Raj Bista, and Ashish Chaudhary were transported to Kathmandu today.
Nepal’s Minister for Foreign Affairs and Israel’s Ambassador to Nepal, along with other government officials, reached the airport to receive the bodies. As of now, the bodies of all those killed in the terrorist attack by Hamas have not been identified. On October 10, in Israel, a Hamas attack claimed the lives of ten Nepalese students, of which four have been identified. Procedures for identifying the remaining bodies are still ongoing.
Efforts are underway to free the hostages, and it has also been reported that an unspecified number of individuals are missing.
Hamas terrorists have been publicly implicated in a range of heinous acts, including assaulting women, desecrating corpses, brutally killing children, and carrying out bomb attacks at significant constructions. Hanan Goder, the Ambassador of Israel to Nepal, stated to the media that Hamas is responsible for these acts of terrible violence.