Two Malayali doctors, who were missing after the earthquake in Nepal, have been reportedly found dead on Tuesday, 28 April.
The family members of Dr Deepak Thomas, 27 and Dr AS Irshad, 28 have identified their bodies in Kathmandu on Tuesday.
Earlier, some reports claimed that they were not traced, and others had it that they were under treatment at Kathmandu teaching hospital.
Meanwhile, another Malayali doctor Abin Suri, who is critically injured, has been admitted in Delhi AIIMS hospital on Wednesday early morning.
The trio, who were former students of Kozhikode Medical College (2014 batch), were on a trip to Nepal. The mortal remains of Deepak and Irshad will be brought to their hometowns in Kerala soon. The Kerala government is working closely to bring back their bodies as soon as possible.
Latest TV reports suggest that the duo's mortal remains will be brought to their hometown via Delhi by Wednesday morning.
Deepak, who hails from Kannur was working in Wayanad and Irshad from Kasaragod was working in Manathavady District hospital.
Both of them recently resigned their jobs and were planning to join for higher studies. While Irshad got admission in Assam medical college in Pediatrics department, Deepak was planning to study MD in radiolody in Delhi.
Irshad is survived by his wife Dr Lulu Fathima.