Kathmandu. Two years after the Ethiopian plane crash, US aircraft maker Boeing is set to pay compensation to the family of the deceased. Boeing has announced compensation to meet the demands of the families of the deceased.
A total of 149 passengers and eight crew members were killed in a plane crash on March 10, 2019. The crash happened when a Boeing Max plane was having problems. In 2018, Boeing’s Max crashed in Indonesia. Due to which Boeing planes landed all over the world and flights were stopped.
The airline made a big accusation. The family of the deceased rejected his offer of compensation. Two years later, Boeing finally accepted the writ petition filed by the family of the deceased in a court in Chicago, USA, seeking compensation. An agreement has been reached between Boeing and the family of the deceased.
The United States has announced that it will open a victim fund and provide १४ 1.45 million per family. This comes to Rs 160 million. Nepal’s Ekta Adhikari will receive at least Rs 160 million in compensation. In addition, Boeing will also provide tens of millions of Nepali rupees per family as compensation. She will get tens of millions of rupees in compensation.
Ekta Adhikari, who hails from Gorkha, had gone to Ethiopia after working in Nepal for the World Food Program. He died at the age of 28. She even worked in Papua New Guinea during the earthquake. She worked as a supply chain officer in Addis Ababa.