Four Indians, including an Ambiance Ministry advisor, were among these killed when a Nairobi-certain Ethiopian Airlines airplane crashed after retract-off from Addis Ababa, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj stated.
The Boeing 737 crashed minutes after an early-morning takeoff from Addis Ababa Sunday, killing all eight crew and 149 passengers on board, including tourists, alternate travellers, and the Indian Ambiance Ministry advisor, Shikha Garg, who used to be on her solution to relieve a UNEP assembly.
“I’m sorry to study about the unfortunate wreck of Ethiopian Airlines airplane ET 302. We now have lost four Indian nationals within the air wreck. I’ve requested Indian Excessive Commissioner in Ethiopia to give all lend a hand and assistance to the bereaved families,” Swaraj tweeted.
My colleague Dr.Harshvardhan has confirmed that Ms.Shikha Garg is a Handbook with Ministry of Ambiance and Forests. She used to be travelling to relieve UNEP assembly in Nairobi. I’m looking out to achieve the families of numerous Indian nationals. PL RT and lend a hand.@IndiaInEthiopia/3
— Sushma Swaraj (@SushmaSwaraj)March 10, 2019
She stated the Indian Embassy in Ethiopia has told her that the deceased Indian nationals are Vaidya Pannagesh Bhaskar, Vaidya Hansin Annagesh, Nukavarapu Manisha and Shikha Garg.
“My colleague Dr Harshvardhan has confirmed that Ms.Shikha Garg is a Handbook with Ministry of Ambiance and Forests. She used to be travelling to relieve UNEP assembly in Nairobi,” Swaraj stated.
The minister stated she is looking out to achieve the families of numerous Indian nationals. She informed people to lend a hand her attain the families of these killed.