The father of three destroyed children, Arif Iqbal Faruqui finally found the body of his wife, two daughters and a son after a week-long search among the wreckage of the Pakistan International Airlines plane.
Flight A320 crashed in Karachi on the way to Jinnah International Airport on May 26 with 98 people on board.
The pilot had reported a technical problem and witnesses said planes from Lahore had tried to land two or three times before crashing into cellphone towers and crashing into settlements.
Prime Minister Imran Khan’s aide confirmed that at least two survived the accident, but among those killed were his wife and three small children Arif Iqbal Faruqui.
Faruqui spent last week searching for his family members and waiting to confirm their identity with DNA testing.
Faruqui has used Facebook to update his friends, family and followers of his accident, detailing his journey in short videos over the past week.
On the day of the accident, Faruqi said he could identify his wife and daughter with the jewelry, bracelets and bracelets they wore.
He also confirmed that his son and baby were still missing, and criticized the government for approving the DNA system.
In the post, he said: “Identify my wife & daughter with the jewelry, bracelets and bracelets they wear. My son & his little daughter are still missing.
“I just found out that the DNA and TRACE tests are completely flawed! If I don’t identify my wife and child … They will give up someone else!”
Faruqui enlisted the help of the Punjab Forensic Chief, Dr. Khurram, and his team to help identify his family because the test was expected to take 21 days.
Sharing pictures of her beautiful family, she said, support from thousands of people who commented had helped her see through “this devastating time.”
On May 28, he said he hoped his daughter Ellie and her brother Eshmael would be found so they could rest with their mother and sister.
He said: “Ellie used to sleep with me. She is my Masha … And I am the bear.
“He must be very lonely now with his brother, they want to rest with their mother and sister.”
Finally, on May 29, a week after the accident, Faruqui said he now fully understood “the meaning behind the saying that says the smallest coffin is the heaviest.”
He announced that he found the first Eshmael born, and his daughter Ellie, in the debris accident, and identified them through DNA testing.
A desperate father said on Facebook: “Today I fully understand the meaning that binds the smallest coffin words to the heaviest.
“For Eshmael my first child is born … And my Ellie.
“APPA promised he would find you and he did. You will soon be with Mum and Enaya Meri Jaans.
“I LOVE YOU ALL SO SO MUCH and I really miss you. Life is so lonely without you.”
In a final tribute sent to his Facebook account, Faruqi said he was grateful for all the help he had received from people he did not know.
He said: “I do not know what to say to you all, I am very overwhelmed, so many comments and so many messages. Thank you all for your support.”
Condolences inundate Mr. Farqui when he thanked the thousands of people who had followed his path for a heartbreaking week.
Someone said: “May God bless you and your family and give you strength and strength to struggle through this difficult time. Your extraordinary courage and courage are praiseworthy. Many prayers for you.”
While the second adds: “You are a brave man. I can’t even imagine how annoying it would be to lose a child and wife like this. May they all rest in peace.”
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