A Pakistani airplane has crashed due to stormy weather near Islamabad's airport. The passenger ‘Bhoja Air Boeing 737’ jet was carrying 127 people on board.
The jet was travelling from the Karachi to the Benazir Bhutto International Airport in the Pakistani capital.
According to the defense minister Chaudhry Ahmed Mukhar, there is less chance that anybody had survived in the plane crash, as he was told by civil aviation officials.
The plane crash happened in wind and rain on farmland in a rural area. The plane Bhoja Air Boeing 737 took off at 5pm (local time) and was supposed to land at 6.40pm, but it crashed shortly before that time.