ISLAMABAD As many as 36 more dead bodies of those who died in a plane crash in the Margalla Hills have been handed over to their heirs here on Friday while four bags full of remains of charred bodies were brought to Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences by Police team participating in rescue operation. Search operation continued throughout the day and rescuers retrieved one mutilated dead body of a woman from wreckage. Similarly, one mobile phone and a passport were recovered from crash site. Meanwhile, for DNA test fifty-five blood samples have been taken from the relatives of those who pierced in the said incident. It may be recalled here that an Airblue Airbus carrying 152 passengers crashed in the Margalla Hills killing every one on board on Wednesday last. Meanwhile, an investigating team of Civil Aviation Authority visited the crash site and collected some evidence while a five-member team of French nationals belonging to the company who manufactured the said plane visited the site to examine the situation. It is relevant to note here that this team had nothing to do with investigations and they just came here to examine the plane. Rescue and police sources informed TheNation that black box of crashed plane was not yet recovered and a grand search operation would be launched on Saturday (today) for its recovery. Meanwhile, heavy contingent of police commandos were present on the spot for the safety of wreckage. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has directed the Chairman of National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) to facilitate the travelling arrangements of the families of plane crash victims in returning back their home cities/towns. Any family member of the plane crash victim who has any problem with regard to his travelling arrangement can contact Chairman, NDMA General Nadeem on Cell No 0333-5567612.