Mortal remains of some of the deceased were also brought to Delhi, from where they would be sent to their hometown.
Singh also met families of the deceased personnel here at the Palam Technical Area.
“Met with the families and friends of the deceased Air-warriors of An32 and shared my grief and heartfelt condolences with them. My thoughts and prayers are with them. May God give them the strength to bear this monumental loss,” he tweeted.
The Russian-made aircraft crashed on June 3 in Arunachal Pradesh. The IAF traced the aircraft on June 11, but could not retrieve the bodies due to bad weather and hostile terrain.
The bodies were finally recovered and brought to the Johrat Air base on Thursday.