Kathmandu: The Nepali Embassy in Tel Aviv has confirmed the identification of the bodies of three Nepali students who were killed in an attack in Israel.
According to the embassy, the identities of Padam Thapa, Prawesh Bhandari, and Rajan Fulara, who were killed during a militant attack in Southern Israel have been identified.
These students were in Israel for training when the attack occurred. This brings the total number of identified Nepali casualties to eight, with efforts ongoing to identify the remaining two bodies.
The Embassy has received assurance from the Israeli government regarding the continued search for the missing Nepali student, Bipin Joshi, with all available resources being mobilized for this purpose.
Two of the four Nepali students who were injured in the Hamas attack have been discharged from the hospital. One has returned to Nepal, and the other is currently under the supervision of the embassy. The remaining two students are still receiving treatment in Israel.