After the death of 33 passengers in Sawai Madhopur on Saturday morning, post-mortem of only 19 could be conducted till late Saturday evening. However, as relatives of the deceased kept approaching the cops, the post-mortem of remaining deceased was conducted and the bodies were then handed to the family members.Since Saturday, the Sawai Madhopur police handed over 33 dead bodies to the relatives. Notably, one of the men who could not be identified on Saturday was also identified. “The man was identified as Ashok Kumar Meena, a native of Pratapgarh in Alwar district. It has come to light that he had gone to Gujarat for some work and was returning back by train. He alighted at Sawai Madhopur station and caught the bus to reach his destination,” officials said.Meanwhile, a team has been formed by the district police to investigate the incident. A team of the Forensic Science lab (FSL) also visited the spot on Sunday and took observations and evidence from the spot. The FSL would try to recreate the scene to understand how the accident occurred. “It was being though that either while overtaking, the driver lost control or the tyre burst resulted in the loss of control over the vehicle. An investigation has been initiated,” officials said.

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Bus tragedy: FSL recreates scene; cause still unknown