Dipsikha’s brother and father had a talk to Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and he has assured to provide assistance to bring her body in Guwahati.
After Dipsikha’s body arrives in Guwahati, tributes will be paid to her and with the consent of her family, her final rites will be done.
Meanwhile, Assam Mountaineering Association paid tribute to Dipsikha.
Along with Dipsikha, body of Tiklu Jirua from Meghalaya will also be bought.
The body of Dipsikha was recovered earlier today. The young mountaineer from Assam went missing since October 4 from Mount Draupadi Ka Danda-II in Uttarakhand after an avalanche struck the mountain.
Deepshikha Hazarika, a resident of the Rajgarh area in Guwahati, was missing along with nine other fellow climbers for the past three days.
A total of 29 people had participated in a training programme by the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering and were returning from the summit when an avalanche hit the mountaineers at a height of 17,000 feet on Tuesday.
"A total of 19 bodies have been recovered from the crevice. Efforts are being made to bring the bodies to Matli helipad by Advanced Light Helicopter today," Uttarakhand DGP Ashok Kumar said earlier.
A heliborne operation was undergoing at the disaster site, which has been halted due to bad weather conditions. The service will resume depending on the weather conditions.
However, the three other bodies are yet to be recovered.