• Senator Murtaza Wahab said DNA matching of other victims is ongoing.

Sindh Senator Murtaza Wahab announced on Friday that four more victims of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crash have been identified through DNA tests at Karachi University (KU) laboratory.

In a tweet, the Sindh government's spokesperson said the families and legal heirs have been informed and will be handed over the bodies. He further said DNA matching of other victims is ongoing.

On Thursday, six more victims were identified and their bodies were handed over to their families. Till now, 46 bodies have been handed over to families, with four more to be handed after today's test.

On May 22, 97 passengers were killed and two survived after an A-320 aircraft of the PIA crashed in Karachi's Model Colony minutes before landing.