Groups of six Pakistanis who were scorched to death in Al Ain on Friday morning were repatriated on a PIA trip on Monday morning, as indicated by an announcement issued by the Pakistan Embassy in Abu Dhabi, Khaleej Times detailed.
The six men lost their lives on Friday when a flame broke out in an estate in Al Ain’s Zakher territory. Four of the men had a place with a similar family.
As per Khaleej Times, police said that the sole overcomer of the occurrence neglected to illuminate the police when the flame broke out.
The perished have been recognized as Omer Farouq; his senior sibling Khurram; their dad Farouq, their relative Ali Haider; and two family companions, Khayal Afdal and Eid Nawaz.
As per the remote office, the remaining parts touched base at the Islamabad International Airport at 10:40am today and have now been transported to the places where they grew up by Overseas Pakistanis Foundation’s (OPF) Free Ambulance Service.
Three of the bodies are being transported to Kohat, one to Hangu, one to Peshawar and one to Darra Adam Khel.
UAE occupants on Sunday offered burial service supplications for the general population who had lost their lives before their bodies were traveled to Pakistan.