Shillong: The mortal remains of Subedar Henkhomang Gangte, one of the thirteen soldiers killed in a building collapse in Himachal Pradesh, has been laid to rest with full military honours at his native place in Meghalaya’s East Khasi Hills district, a defence spokesperson said. Gangte, a resident of Happy Valley area in the district, was buried at the Assam Regimental Centre cemetery on Wednesday in the presence of the Commandant, Brigadier R K Gaikwad, relatives and local people, he said. Also Read – How a psychopath killer hid behind the mask of a devout laity! His body had arrived in a military aircraft to Guwahati, along with the remains of two other officers, Subedar Major Prodip Chandra Bhuyan and Subedar Bisharsing Basumatary, – both residents of Assam – the spokesperson said. The mortal remains were received by the family members on Tuesday at the Guwahati airport, he added. As many as fourteen people, including 13 Army personnel, lost their lives and 28 others were injured on Monday after a four-storey building collapsed in Himachal Pradesh’s Solan district following heavy rain.