KARACHI: Group Captain Mujahidul Islam, head of the committee investigating the Bhoja Air crash, said that all evidence has been collected from the crash site and the investigation may take up to nine months to complete.
Islam said that the debris of the plane will be reassembled, while the data recorder will be examined with the help of a US team.
Sources told Express News on Tuesday that some officials of Capital Development Authority (CDA) were also included in the investigation of the air crash.
Some CDA officials had allegedly kept the aircraft’s voice recorder and data recorder in their custody for 45 hours.
The passenger flight travelling from Karachi to Islamabad carrying 121 passengers and six crew members came hurtling down towards the outskirts of Rawalpindi at 6:46pm on Friday evening.
Among the passengers were five infants and six children. There were no survivors.
A judicial commission was formed by the government to investigate into the incident.
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