ISLAMABAD - Sixty-nine coffins having remains of the body parts of the victims of ill-fated AirBlue flight were buried here at H-11 graveyard on Friday evening amid moving scenes reminding of the plane tragedy that killed all 152 people onboard. The AirBlue flight ED202 crashed into Margalla Hills more than tthem. The Islamabad Capital Territory Administration (ICTA) would build a memorial at the burial site of the plan crash victims on the will of their heirs. Prior to the burial of the coffins, the funeral ceremony of the victims of ill-fated plane was held at H-11 graveyard. Minister for Law and Justice, Dr Babar Awan, Commissioner Islamabad, Chairman Capital Development Authority (CDA), Deputy Commissioner Islamabad, Inspector General of Police (IGP), Islamabad, local residents and many relatives of the victims took part in the funeral ceremony. Deputy Commissioner, Islamabad, Amer Ahmed Ali also held a meeting with the heirs of the victims at his office on early Friday noon. According to District Administration sources, the purpose of the meeting was to get permission from the heirs of the victims for burial as the body parts lying in the cold store were decomposing and causing a foul smell in the area. The city hospitals had no arrangements to keep such a large number of coffins in their mortuaries and these were kept at a cold store. The temperature of the cold store is usually very low but it does not fulfil the requirements of a dead part that are required to keep it in a mortuary. Amer Ahmed Ali told this scribe that in the meeting, the heirs of the victims had shown their willingness to bury the remains of the plane crash victims on the condition that two separate memorials, one at the burial site and second at the crash site, would be built. He also said that the heirs showed some reservations about the role of Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) saying that the authority never bothered to contact them and that would be conveyed to the authority.