Out of this 4,083, 2,293 are men, 1,367 are women and 423 are children. Among the missing ones, 92 Nepalese citizens were also missing.
The list, however, does not have any information about missing
persons from other countries apart from Nepal.
According to an official, the foreign ministry has received queries from the US embassy regarding two missing NRIs and is looking into the matter.
The list has been authenticated by all states and disaster management will begin the process of issuing death certificates to the family members of those missing.
Uttarakhand floods: Final list says 4083 missing
Uttar Pradesh has the largest number of missing people; 1,142 followed by the home state Uttarakhand with 852.
State-wise number of missing people are: Madhya Pradesh- 541, Rajasthan- 511, Delhi- 198, Maharastra- 163, Gujarat- 129, Haryana- 111, Andhra Pradesh- 86, Bihar- 57, Jharkhand- 40, West Bengal- 36, Punjab- 33, Chattisgarh- 27, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka- 14 each, Chandigarh- 4, Jammu and Kashmir- 3, Kerala- 3, Pondicherry and Assam- 1 each.