Yatendra Vikram is identified after the DNA test

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PDDU Nagar. Eleven missing bodies were found in the Arabian Sea during storm “Yas”. These corpses are so mutilated that they can no longer be identified. One of these bodies is also narrated by Yatendra Vikram Singh, a resident of Hingutargarh in Dhanapur. But it can only be identified after a DNA test. According to Navy officials, the DNA test can take up to seven days. Yatendra’s family members reached Mumbai four days ago.
NGT owns an oil field at Mumbai High in the Arabian Sea, about 70 km from Mumbai. Where tugs are installed to support large barges. who support the barge from time to time. The Varprada tug also assisted the barge during the Yas storm. In which 13 people were on board. The voice dropped on May 17th during a storm. Naval officer Yatendra Vikram Singh, resident in Hingutargarh, Dhanapur, Chandauli, was also there. Shortly after the disappearance of the people, two people were rescued with the help of a helicopter. While 11 people were missing. On May 23, 11 bodies were also found, but they were so mutilated that they could not be identified. Four days after the information, Yatendra Vikram’s relatives also reached Mumbai, but could not see the body. Now the family and the villagers are waiting for the DNA report. Yatendra’s wife Rajni is still busy with ‘Vay Aayenge’.

PDDU Nagar. Eleven missing bodies were found in the Arabian Sea during storm “Yas”. These corpses are so mutilated that they can no longer be identified. One of these bodies is also narrated by Yatendra Vikram Singh, a resident of Hingutargarh in Dhanapur. But it can only be identified after a DNA test. According to Navy officials, the DNA test can take up to seven days. Yatendra’s family members reached Mumbai four days ago.

NGT owns an oil field at Mumbai High in the Arabian Sea, about 70 km from Mumbai. Where tugs are installed to support large barges. who support the barge from time to time. The Varprada tug also assisted the barge during the Yas storm. In which 13 people were on board. The voice dropped on May 17th during a storm. Naval officer Yatendra Vikram Singh, resident in Hingutargarh, Dhanapur, Chandauli, was also there. Shortly after the disappearance of the people, two people were rescued with the help of a helicopter. While 11 people were missing. On May 23, 11 bodies were also found, but they were so mutilated that they could not be identified. Four days after the information, Yatendra Vikram’s relatives also reached Mumbai, but could not see the body. Now the family members and the villagers are waiting for the DNA report. Yatendra’s wife Rajni is still busy with ‘Ve Aayenge’.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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