Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah in a statement said on Monday that out of the total, 84 bodies of the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane crash victims have been identified and handed over to their families. He maintained that of the 84 bodies, 45 has been identified through DNA tests. Murad further said that 13 bodies have been kept in different morgues and their identification process was underway. “9 bodies have been kept in Edhi morgue while 4 in Chippa morgue,” he said.On Sunday, a Karachi University laboratory conducting DNA testing said that the process to identify bodies would be completed on Monday. On May 22, 97 passengers and crew members were killed when a Pakistan International Airlines’ (PIA) A320 aircraft crashed in the densely populated Model Colony area near Karachi airport. Two passengers miraculously survived the crash.