KUWAIT: Six out of nine Pakistani victims who lost their lives in Farwaniya fire would be laid to rest in Kuwait while the other three would be buried in Pakistans Mian Channu, reported on Saturday.
According to details, the authorities have geared up to hold DNA tests for the affectees due to unrecognizable condition of the bodies.
The corpses would be identified by their finger prints, said authorities.
Muhammad Asif, his wife, two sons Muhammad Umar, Muhammad Hamza, two daughters Javeria and Areej, Asifs mother Nasreen Bibi, his sister-in-law and nephew were allegedly among those who died.
The deceased Mohammad Asifs nephew Yousaf Khalid told the media that police immediately sealed the area as fire erupted in a residential building due to short circuit while the rescue process was also launched at once.
He said that the ill-fated blaze has engulfed all the documents and other data of the residents.
On the other hand, the officials have said that identification process of the victims is important after which their place of burial would be decided.
Earlier, Foreign Office spokesperson has said that Pakistani Embassy has deputed officials to facilitate transportation of bodies to Mian Channu.