The wreckage of a missing plane was found on its way to Jomsom from Pokhara in Nepal. The four members of Thane’s Ashok Tripathi family, who were on the plane, have yet to be located. Ashok Tripathi and his wife Vaibhavi Bandekar have been separated for the last few years. According to the court order, the Tripathi couple meet once a year and take the two children out for ten days. In the same way, I had gone for a walk in Nepal this year. However, the police reported that the plane crashed in the meantime.
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Ashok Kumar Tripathi (54), his wife Vaibhavi Bandekar (51), their son Dhanush Tripathi (22) and their daughter Ritika Tripathi (15) are missing. Ashok Tripathi and his wife Vaibhavi have been separated for the last few years. Ashok lives in Bhuneshwar. Vaibhavi lives in the Rustamji building in the Majivada area of Thane. She is working in a senior position in a private company in the BKC area of Mumbai. While Dhanush goes to college, his sister Hrithika goes to school. Both children live with Vaibhavi.
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On Sunday morning, the Tripathi family was traveling on a twin-engine Tara Air 9 NAET flight from Pokhara, Nepal to Jomsom. A total of 22 passengers were traveling on board. The plane took off and lost contact shortly after. While searching for the missing plane, the remains of it were found in the village of Kowang. Four members of the Tripathi family, who were traveling on the same plane, are missing and their search continues, police sources said.
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Meanwhile, according to a court order, the Tripathi couple would meet once a year and take the two children for a walk for ten days. This time I was on tour in Nepal. However, the plane they were traveling on crashed and their search has not yet started, said Uttam Sonawane, a police inspector at Kapurbawdi police station.