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May 28, 2017 06:46 PM NPT
By: Radha Dhungana
SOLUKHUMBU, May 28: Two dead bodies of foreign citizens have been found on Sunday which was missing from 14 months during their Mount Everest expedition.
They had reached in camp-4 on March 15, 2016. Paresh Chandra Nath, 58, of West Durgapur and Gautam Gosh, 50, were missing from April 7, 2016.
They were found buried under snow. They were associated with Trekking Camp Nepal Private Limited, Kathmandu for the Everest expedition.
Likewise, District Police Office, Solukhumbu informed that the dead body of Ravi Kumar, 27, has also been recovered from the same camp.
He was associated with Summit Trek Private Limited, Kathmandu. His dead body hadn’t been able to found although he was missing from April 6.
Dead bodies of Gosh and Nath have been sent to Kathmandu by helicopter for the post-mortem.
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