The process of identification of the bodies of the 10 armed forces personnel killed in the IAF chopper crash near Coonoor is being taken forward while keeping in mind the sensitivities and emotional well-being of the family members, officials said on Friday.
They said family members of all the 10 personnel have arrived in the national capital to identify the remains.
The officials said the help of the family members, as well as scientific measures, are being taken to identify the bodies.
General Bipin Rawat, his wife Madhulika Rawat and his Defence Adviser Brigadier LS Lidder, killed in the crash, were cremated with full military honours at Delhi's Brar Square Crematorium as their bodies were positively identified.
The bodies of the 10 personnel are kept in the mortuary of the Army Base Hospital in Delhi Cantonment.
The bodies will be handed over to the families once they are "positively identified", the officials said.
"The emotional well-being of family members is of utmost importance to us. So we are taking forward the identification process keeping in mind the sensitivities involved," said an official.